Arsenal hosts Newcastle United in round 13 of the English Premier League. The match will be played on Saturday, November 27th at Emirates Stadium (London).
Arsenal is in 5th place in the English Premier League standings with 20 points after 12 rounds. The Gunners chalked up six victories, two draws, and four defeats. They could boast of a 10-match unbeaten streak in the Premier League and League Cup until last weekend. A long successful streak, which allowed Arteta's men to return to the fight for places in European competitions, was interrupted in the away match against Liverpool last Saturday (4-0). The Gunners had a bad match at Anfield. They were powerless against the trademark pressure of the Reds, who regularly took advantage of their mistakes. Beyond that, Londoners played poorly in attack, interrupting a streak of five consecutive matches with goals scored.
Newcastle United is in 20th place in the standings with six points. After 12 matches, the Black-and-Whites have six draws and six defeats. The Magpies, who recently got wealthy Saudi Arabian owners, changed their coach during a pause in the Premier League. Eddie Howe was invited to the team, and he is called upon to rectify the difficult situation. Newcastle is at the very bottom of the standings and remains the only team in the league that couldn’t win in the current season. On November 20, the Magpies played a super-productive draw with Brentford at home (3-3). The goals of Jamaal Lascelles, Joelinton, and Allan Saint-Maximin were not enough for the Black-and-Whites to finally earn three points in the Premier League match.
Arsenal has had no problems with Newcastle in recent years. Londoners have achieved victories over the Magpies in seven head-to-head matches in the Premier League and the FA Cup, and six of them were whitewashes. In the 2020/21 season, Arsenal defeated the Black-and-Whites three times in a few months. In the Premier League, Arteta's players won both at home (3-0) and away (0-2) and gained victory in the FA Cup match (2-0). The Gunners are not yet able to compete on equal terms with the leading teams in the league. But opponents from the bottom of the standings do not cause problems for Londoners in the current season. Newcastle is in the relegation zone and is just beginning to adjust to the demands of the new coach, which makes it easier for the Gunners. Arsenal has lost only to Chelsea at home so far, so it will be difficult for Howe's footballers to score points at Emirates Stadium.
Bet Type: 3Way - result
Best Odds: 1.52 at
Stake: 2% bankroll (40 Units)
Date/Time: 27-Nov-2021 13:30 CET
Event Result: 2:0(0:0)
Profit: +20.80 Units