Arsenal v Forest
A week to forget for the Gunners saw them drop points at St Marys despite a dominant display, before a defeat to PSV saw their top spot in the Europa League group compromised. Both those results did come away from home however, and they still maintain a 100% home record this season and it would be a real shock to see that come to an end here.
Forest are coming off the back of a spectacular 1-0 win over Liverpool and they’ll certainly be boosted by what may prove to be a huge three points come the end of the season. With that said, Jurgen Klopp’s men have been abysmal on the road this year and are looking for their first such win in the league, and Forest will be hard pressed to get a similar result away at the Emirates.
Mikel Arteta has a strong W12-D3-L2 record against promoted sides since he joined the North London club, including wins in each of his last seven such matches. We’d be surprised if Arsenal didn’t get back to winning way here, though they’re still looking for their first home clean sheet of the season and with their visitors growing in confidence, the home win with both teams to score looks a good bet considering its’ yet to fail at the Emirates.
ARSENAL TO WIN AND BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE
Man United v West Ham
Despite the off-field shenanigans regarding the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and now Erik Ten Haag having to ‘correct’ Anthony’s attitude, results have still been strong for the Red Devils. They’re now unbeaten in seven matches across all competitions since being humbled by Man City at the Etihad, winning five with their only draws coming against tough opposition in Chelsea and Newcastle.
West Ham have duly bounced back from a slow start to the season and now sit in the top half of the table for the very first time. The Hammers are W3-D1-L1 from their last five in the league, only tasting defeat at Anfield in a game that they will feel aggrieved to have come away empty handed from. With that said, all three victories did come at home and they haven’t won on the road since beating Aston villa over two months ago.
United have been strong at home this season considering the calibre of team they’ve played. Since losing to Graham Potters’ Brighton outfit on the opening day, they’ve beaten all of Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs here at Old Trafford, while they played out a 0-0 draw with Newcastle too. They’ve kept four clean sheets on the bounce in all competitions, and they’re good enough value on the 1x2 to get behind.
MAN UNITED TO WIN
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