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Premier League football tips for Arsenal v Chelsea 29 12 19

27 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Premier League football tips for Arsenal v Chelsea 29 12 19

Jack Green's football tips for Sunday's game at the Emirates cover the result, BTTS, corners and cards.

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Here are five football tips Jack Green thinks you should consider for Arsenal v Chelsea on Sunday..

Draw {ODDS:515404563:11/4}  

Mikel Arteta’s first game as Arsenal manager ended in a draw on Boxing Day, meaning the Gunners have now drawn nine of their last 14 games in all competitions.  

Chelsea are in poor form, having lost four of their last seven games, but are worth backing to claim a point given that Arsenal have won just once since 24 October.  

Both teams to score {ODDS:515404568:9/20}  

Arsenal’s 1-1 draw with Bournemouth on Boxing Day was the ninth time that BTTS has landed in the Gunners’ last 11 matches.  

Chelsea have scored in 12 consecutive away matches, keeping just two clean sheets in the process.  

Over 10.5 corners {ODDS:516924063:17/20}  

There have been an average of 13.3 corners in Arsenal’s Premier League matches this season, the most in the division.  

Expect another high tally when they face Chelsea, who have racked up an average of eight corners in their last four matches.  

Arsenal to have the most cards {ODDS:515405392:23/20}  

Arsenal have the Premier League’s worst disciplinary record, having picked up 45 yellows and one red in 19 matches.  

Chelsea have been better behaved, with 33 bookings and no dismissals in the league so far.  

Over 4.5 cards {ODDS:516942877:10/11}  

Chelsea have had three players booked in each of their last two games, so it’s worth backing a high card count on Sunday.  

There were eight cards shown in Arsenal’s draw with Bournemouth and five in their 0-0 draw against Everton last Saturday.

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