Arsenal v Crystal Palace Odds
There are several London derbies during the Premier League season nowadays and Arsenal against Crystal Palace is one of those. Arsenal will start favourites in the match betting but Palace will be confident of springing a surprise. You can find out how the bookmakers price up the Arsenal v Crystal Palace odds right here....
Arsenal have lost just two of 19 meetings with the Eagles since 1994 after they drew 2-2 at Selhurst Park in October and then lost 3-2 at home in April. Find the full odds for Arsenal v Crystal Palace ahead of their next fixture below.
Odds correct as of 24th Oct, 13:57 Odds subject to change.
Arsenal v Crystal Palace Betting Tip
|Sunday - 4.30pm||Odds||Bets|
|Arsenal v Crystal Palace|
|Arsenal to win & under 3.5 goals Best Bet||31/20|
Unai Emery's Arsenal produced a lacklustre display in their last Premier League outing, as they were beaten 1-0 by newly-promoted Sheffield United, but the Gunners are red-hot 4/9 favourites to return to winning ways on Sunday when they face Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium.
The visiting Eagles are available at 6/1 with William Hill and will fancy their chances against their north London adversaries, who sit one place above them in the league. Palace have made a fine start to the campaign and sit in sixth position, but despite their lofty position Roy Hodgson's side are the third lowest scorers in the division with eight goals in nine games.
The last four meetings between the two teams has seen both teams score, but Palace's lack of firepower may see that stat come under scrutiny, and you have to feel that Arsenal are going to dominate for large periods and Palace will be chasing the ball a lot.
If Arsenal can get their noses in front then they could well dominate, and while the 4/9 makes no real appeal from a punting perspective, the eye-catching price with BetVictor is the 31/20 about an Arsenal win and under 3.5 goals in the game.
Two of the Premier League's most booked players take each other on in this game and Palace's Luka Milivojevic has already served a one-match suspension this season after picking up five yellow cards. He's picked up six cautions from his eight games, so the 2/1 with BetVictor for him to be booked at anytime looks a steal.
Also, Arsenal's combative midfielder Granit Xhaka has made his way into the referee's notebook four times this season, and he is 9/5 with BetVictor to be shown a card, but of that duo Milivojevic is the far better value in a game that go the way of the home side.