Arsenal vs West Brom

Published by on September 25, 2017

Arsenal vs West Brom

Predicting which Arsenal will turn up is never an easy task. The Gunners salvaged some pride in last weekend's goalless draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, a game in which many had many written them off completely beforehand. 
 
Arsene Wenger's men welcome Tony Pulis' West Brom to the Emirates on Monday night to begin what will be a gruelling week of fixtures. That's just three days before the trip to Belarus to face BATE, and three days after that, they'll be in action again when Brighton come to visit. 
 
Arsenal will have unhappy memories of the last time they played West Brom. The Baggies were instrumental in their collapse last season with a 3-1 win at the Hawthorns and they'll be looking to exploit them from set pieces once again. 
 
There shouldn't be too much cause for alarm, however, as Arsenal have still won all but three of their last ten league meetings against them. 
 
Wenger will be looking for more from Alexandre Lacazette, who started the season brightly but still has something to prove. The Frenchman is at 10/1 to score a header as he so often did for Lyon, and interestingly, he's at roughly the same odds as Olivier Giroud in most of the goalscoring markets, even though his compatriot doesn't usually start. 
 
Last season, Alexis Sanchez could always be relied upon, but question marks remain over his attitude and he was booed by some sections of the crowd upon his return to the club. 
 
This will definitely be no walk in the park for the hosts, but we're backing the Gunners to pick up the three points, no matter how uncomfortable West Brom make it for them. 
 

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