Coming straight off the back of an 8-0 thrashing, can Sunderland keep Arsenal at bay? Opta has the answer.
"Sunderland have scored 16 own goals since the start of the 2010-11 season, more than any other Barclays Premier League side."
Over 2.5 goals is 1.981/1.
Sunderland have scored 16 own goals since the start of the 2010-11 season, more than any other Barclays Premier League side. Over 2.5 goals is 1.981/1.
Arsenal are looking to win four Barclays Premier League away games in a row against Sunderland for the first time. They are 1.758/11 to win.
The Black Cats have won just one of their last 21 Premier League games against Arsenal. The Gunners are 2.727/4 to win half-time/full-time.
Arsenal need two more goals to become the second team (after Man Utd) to score 1500 Premier League goals. A 2-0 Arsenal win is 9.417/2.
Arsenal's two league wins this season have come via a 90th minute winner against Crystal Palace in their opening game and 3-0 win at struggling Aston Villa. The draw half-time/Arsenal full-time is 4.94/1.
Only two Premier League teams have kept a clean sheet after conceding 8+ goals in the preceding match (Arsenal in 2011 after losing 8-2 to Man Utd and Wigan in 2009 after losing 9-1 to Spurs). Sunderland are 5.79/2 to become the third.
Despite conceding eight to Southampton last time out, Sunderland (2) have kept twice as many Premier League clean sheets as Arsenal this season. Under 2.5 goals is 1.981/1.
If Arsenal fail to win it will be their worst performance after nine games in the Arsene Wenger era (previously 13 in 2011-12). You can lay Arsenal to finish in the top four at 1.674/6.
If Arsenal lose they will have half the number of points they had at this stage last season. Sunderland are 5.59/2 to win.