Arsenal to score first

Arsenal have been starting games well under Mikel Arteta, opening the scoring in five successive matches.

That run includes last month’s meeting with Chelsea at the Emirates, in which they took the lead inside 15 minutes but went on to lose 2-1.

Chelsea to win the second half

Chelsea scored twice in the last 10 minutes to beat Arsenal last month, and should win the second half on Tuesday night given the Gunners’ tendency to fade late on.

Arteta’s side were pegged back by Sheffield United on Saturday and against Crystal Palace last week.

Both teams to score

BTTS has landed in 16 of Arsenal’s Premier League games this season, the joint-second most of any side.

The Gunners have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 league away games, while Chelsea have conceded in four of their last five matches at Stamford Bridge.

Gabriel Martinelli to score

Martinelli scored Arsenal’s only goal after filling Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s inside left role on Saturday.

The Brazilian has now scored nine goals this season despite only starting 10 games in all competitions.

Arsenal to have the most cards

Arsenal have the worst disciplinary record in the Premier League, with 56 yellow cards and two reds in their 23 matches so far.

Arteta’s side had five players booked to Chelsea’s four when these sides met last month, and a similar outcome is likely on Tuesday.


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