Arsene Wenger’s men lost ground on their title rivals as they were beaten 3-2 at Old Trafford to leave them five points behind Premier League leaders Leicester heading into this week’s full round of top-flight fixtures.
The Gunners have faced plenty of criticism for their below-par display against the Red Devils, with many now questioning whether the north London side have what it takes to win their first Premier League title since 2004 this season.
Fortunately, the chance for Arsenal to put things right comes around quickly – and they will be desperate to do just that against Swansea City on Wednesday night.
Here, we take a look at some of the best offers, and examine some of the enhanced odds available ahead of Wednesday’s game.
Arsenal’s defence looked far from assured at Old Trafford on Sunday as the Gunners conceded two goals in less than 10 minutes, with teenager Marcus Rashford enjoying a Premier League debut to remember. Arsenal will be desperate to return to winning ways against the Swans, but the visitors are sure to test Wenger’s side. Arsenal to beat Swansea and both teams to score is currently 9/4 with Paddy Power.
He has not been in great form since his return to action from a hamstring injury but Alexis Sanchez will be desperate to put that right on Wednesday night. The Chile international was a talismanic figure for the north London side during the opening few months of the season and will be looking to rediscover his top form in the closing stages of the campaign. Given his record for Arsenal, 5/4 on Sanchez to score any time for Arsenal against Swansea with Paddy Power looks very tempting indeed.
Arsenal will be desperate to prove their doubters wrong, especially with a crunch north London derby clash against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane on Saturday lunchtime looming large. For those who fancy a punt on the Gunners to secure a comfortable win, Arsenal are 17/2 to beat Swansea 3-0 on Wednesday night with Paddy Power.
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