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bournemouth vs arsenal Tip Reason:

Bournemouth have avoided defeat in 64% of their competitive home games this season. Arsenal have won just three of their 16 competitive away games this term, drawing a massive 63% of them. Four of Arsenal’s 10 away draws this season have ended 1-1, including their trip to the Vitality Stadium on Boxing Day. Cherries receive muc-needed morale boost Bournemouth have looked on the decline for a good few months now, but midweek saw them put in a rare display of quality as they battle against the rising tide of Premier League relegation. They beat Brighton 3-1 at the Vitality Stadium, leaving them inside the relegation zone on goal difference alone. Victory in the FA Cup on Monday may not directly affect their fight against the drop, but the mental boost back-to-back wins can give a team could well prove instrumental as they look to turn their form around. The Cherries got to this stage thanks to a fantastic 4-0 thrashing of Luton in the third round, and there are a number of results you can look back upon that will give them some cause for optimism heading into this match. They have only lost five of their last nine competitive games and in that time have beaten Chelsea and drawn with Monday’s opponents Arsenal. Arsenal still need to improve under Arteta Of course, The Gunners themselves are facing an uphill battle to salvage their season. They may have improved under the tutelage of Mikel Arteta, but the victories aren’t flowing freely yet and they still find themselves in a dismal 10th in the league table. Arsenal scraped past Leeds with a 1-0 victory in the FA Cup Third Round, with that being one of just three wins in their last 20 matches in all competitions. What’s more, only one of these victories came away from home, and even with Arteta at the helm they are struggling on the road. Gunners’ away record points towards stalemate The visitors have won just three times away from the Emirates all season, drawing a massive 10 games and losing the remaining three. Just one of their last 12 trips away has ended in victory, and each of their last five outings have ended all square. Bournemouth may not be an in-form side right now, but their midweek victory and the fact they have only lost five of their 14 home games this term makes backing a Bournemouth Win or Draw Double Chance look very good value. In the end, we’re expecting this one to be taken to a replay. A total of 29% of Bournemouth’s home games this season have ended all square, while Arsenal’s figure is a huge 63%. Four of these 10 draws have ended 1-1 and, with one of those coming from their Premier League trip to the Vitality Stadium, we fancy that for our correct score prediction.

Bournemouth vs Arsenal Betting Prediction:

Bournemouth 1 2 Arsenal
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1.80
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