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Luton v Arsenal
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The second of two games on Tuesday night sees Luton welcome current league leaders Arsenal to Kenilworth Road for the first meeting of the two sides since Luton’s last spell in the top flight in the 1991/92 season.
The Gunners have already comfortably dispatched both of Luton’s fellow promoted sides, albeit both games at the Emirates, whilst Luton have shown they can grab a result when given half a chance when they claimed a point against Liverpool at home before the international break.
This should be a fun game, and it looks like a great one for a bet builder, so read on for our favourite picks for this Tuesday night clash.
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⚽ Match stats: Luton making Kenilworth Road a tough place to go
Whilst Arsenal look strong favourites for this one, it would be best not to get carried away on the handicap markets. Luton’s home form has actually been very good this season, and not just because of their 1-1 draw with Liverpool.
They have beaten Palace and drawn with Wolves, whilst their three losses have all been by a single goal, losing to West Ham (2-1), Burnley (2-1) and Spurs (1-0).
Arsenal’s away form has been good in that they have picked up results, but they have looked far from convincing. Mikel Arteta’s side did thrash Bournemouth 4-0, but that’s as good as it has got, losing to Newcastle and drawing to Chelsea, whilst their other three wins all came by a single goal.
We do expect Arsenal to win here, but they have shown little to suggest they are about to run up a cricket score at Kenilworth Road, so backing Luton on the handicap markets could be a nice option for some added value.
✅ Luton (+3 handicap) @ 1.36
✅ Luton (+2 handicap) @ 2.10
🥅 Goals stats: Hatters to spring a surprise?
Both sides have found the net in five of Luton’s six home games so far this season, with the Hatters scoring in every game bar the 1-0 defeat at the hands of Spurs.
Rob Edwards’ side have also conceded in every Premier League game so far this season, and it would be an enormous shock if they finally kept a clean sheet against an Arsenal side that has scored in 13 of 14 to date.
They have however been conceding a fair few goals recently, keeping only two clean sheets from their last six league games.
Arsenal have a habit of grabbing early leads and then relaxing, often allowing their opponents to get on the ball and snatch a goal, and with Luton’s goalscoring record at home being surprisingly good, there may be value to be found backing both teams to score here, especially when combined with over 2.5 goals.
⚽ Both teams to score @ over 2.5 goals @ 2.20
🥅 Both teams to score @ 1.91
🎯 Shooting stats: Morris the main man
Luton’s main man all season, it should come as no surprise that Carlton Morris is the player to watch for shots.
Morris has had two shots or more in five of Luton’s six home games so far, including their toughest home games against Spurs and Liverpool, and can be backed to do the same at very appealing looking odds of 1.57.
We also like the look of young winger Tahith Chong here, the ex-United man having had at least one shot in five of his last six games, despite starting on the bench in four of these six. He is expected to start here, so backing him for a single shot at 1.22 looks to be a nice little odds booster.
Arsenal have threats all over the pitch, but the best option in value terms has to be Leandro Trossard. The Belgian has had at least two shots in each of his last five appearances for the Gunners and has racked up at least one shot on target in three of those five.
🚀 Carlton Morris to have 2+ shots @ 1.57
🚀 Tahith Chong to have 1+ shot @ 1.22
🚀 Leandro Trossard to have 2+ shots @ 1.30
🎯 Leandro Trossard to have 1+ shot on target @ 1.53
🛑 Foul stats: Arsenal attackers the key
* I recommend waiting for confirmed team line-ups before placing any bets.
* All odds displayed correct at the time of publishing.
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