Betting tips: Arsenal v Swansea odds, kick-off time and betting preview

We take a look ahead to Arsenal v Swansea and examine the best betting odds ahead of the Premier League clash

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Can Arsenal, Spurs and Juventus all win on Wednesday? Photo: Paddy Power

Arsenal host Swansea City on Wednesday night at The Emirates and will be desperate to return to winning ways and get their Premier League title bid on track.

The Gunners have come in for plenty of criticism following the disappointment of their 3-2 defeat by Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon.

Arsenal failed to click into gear against Louis van Gaal’s side and were ultimately undone by two quick-fire goals from teenager Marcus Rashford.

The defeat by the Red Devils followed their Champions League loss at the hands of Barcelona last week and the goalless draw against Hull in the FA Cup.

With so many questions being asked of the north London side and their status as genuine title contenders, Arsenal will be looking to beat Swansea on Wednesday night and ensure they head into Saturday’s crunch north London derby clash with Tottenham on the back of a win.

Here, we take a look at some of the best betting odds and offers ahead of Arsenal v Swansea at The Emirates on Wednesday night.

Please note: All of the betting offers featured in this post are time-limited and are subject to removal.

Arsenal to beat Swansea – 3/1

Arsenal will be expected to win this game and are likely to go all out attack as they bid to prove their critics wrong on Wednesday night. Most bookmakers have Arsenal to win the game at around 1/3, but Betfair are enhancing the Gunners victory to a very tempting 3/1 for new customers. To get the special enhanced odds, simply open an account through this link and follow the instructions. Click here to sign up now.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Juventus to win – 20/1

The Gunners are the heavy favourites to beat Swansea on Wednesday night, while Tottenham and Juventus are among the other top teams in action. Spurs travel to West Ham United, while Juventus take on Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia. Paddy Power are offering new customers a price enhancement to 20/1 on all three favourites to win their games on Wednesday night. Click here to sign up now.

Get treble the odds on any bet this week

With a full schedule of fixtures taking place this midweek, there is a big opportunity to make some money as the title race hots up. For those who want to pick their own bet, 888sport are offering all new customers treble the odds on your first bet with the bookmaker. To get the special odds, simply open an account through this link and follow the instructions. Click here to sign up now.

What time does Arsenal v Swansea kick off?

Arsenal’s clash with Swansea kicks off at 19:45 GMT on Wednesday 2 March 2016.

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