Gunners need to shoot down Irons


There may only be two rounds of games played in the Premier League this season, but already the meeting of Arsenal and West Ham takes on huge importance.

Both clubs drafted in new managers over the summer and both clubs have lost their opening two games to lie near the foot of the fledgling table.

Gunners coach Unai Emery has promised some tactical tinkering for the clash at the Emirates Stadium and an attacking approach could pay off against a Hammers defence who have shipped six goals in two defeats.

Arsenal v West Ham, both teams to score @ 20/29

While not offering a huge return, both teams to score in the game seems like an option which cannot be overlooked, with both sides having looked shaky in their opening games of the season.

If you want more of a return then how about Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score the opening goal at 9/4.

He has yet to find the net this season, but has been fielded on the left side of attack and a more central role should see him back to the form he displayed last term.

Bournemouth, in contrast to both Arsenal and West Ham, have opened with two wins out of two, but a visit from Everton is set to be a major test for the Cherries.

Bournemouth to win by one goal @ 3/1

Three of the last five meetings of these two teams have ended in a 2-1 victory for the home side, so recent history suggests that Eddie Howe’s men could just edge this one and make it three wins out of three.

Both Callum Wilson and Richarlison will be hoping to score for a third successive game and it is the latter at 12/5 to score at any time who looks the better option.

Tottenham to win at Manchester United @ 37/20

The Monday night action sees Tottenham head to Old Trafford to take on a wounded Manchester United side who lost 3-2 at Brighton last time out.

Their last four trips to Old Trafford have all resulted in losses and defeats without them scoring a goal, but the signs are that that could change come Monday.

A settled Spurs outfit have won two out of two already and can make it three and further ramp up the pressure on Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho.

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