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Arsenal v Newcastle United Bet Boosts: Arsenal to win & Bukayo Saka to score in 8/1 shot

We’re offering even bigger prices on Tuesday’s Premier League showdown at the Emirates Stadium, including a BOOSTED 8/1 Bet Builder.

No team in Premier League history has failed to go on to lift the title after collecting 43 points from their opening 16 games, and those of an Arsenal persuasion will be keeping everything crossed that the Gunners don’t prove to be the exception to the rule.

It’s been a remarkable first half of the season for the North Londoners (3/4), who head into Tuesday’s evening’s clash with top four hopefuls Newcastle United (7/2) knowing victory would move them 10 points clear of Manchester City, and edge them closer to triggering our League Winner Early Payout offer.

The Citizens dropped points at the weekend after being held to a 1-1 draw by struggling Everton, and whilst Pep Guardiola’s men will have a game in hand, it would still represent a remarkable gap given the contrasting pre-season expectations of both clubs.

Still, we have Manchester City priced up as the odds-on 8/11 favourites to go on to claim the crown in May, with Arsenal the narrow outsiders at 5/4 – although that could change should Mikel Arteta lead his side to an eighth successive home league victory against in-form Newcastle in front of the live television cameras.

As ever, we’ve got a series of Bet Boosts available on the big game, including a BOOSTED 8/1 Bet Builder that we feel possesses plenty of appeal.
 

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Arsenal v Newcastle United 
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Bet Builder:
Bukayo Saka to Score Anytime in the Match
Match result will be Arsenal
Both teams to Score in the Match – Yes
Was 7/1 >> Now 8/1

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Backing up the Boost!

It’s the clash of two of this season’s biggest surprise packages!

Arsenal have defied the odds to establish themselves as bona-fide title contenders whilst Newcastle United’s remarkable resurgence under Eddie Howe has hit new heights following a sluggish start to the campaign.

The Gunners have been beaten once in the league this term, back in September, and come into the clash at the Emirates looking to protect a 100 percent record on home soil, whilst Newcastle, who sit in third position, are 14 unbeaten in all competitions. 

Something has got to give in North London, but what will it be?

Despite Newcastle’s incredible run, it’s difficult to look beyond an Arsenal side who have shown absolutely no remorse at the Emirates over the past four months.

They went into the recent World Cup break on the back of six wins and a draw from their previous seven outings, and have picked right back up from where they left off by notching successive victories over West Ham United and Brighton & Hove Albion following the restart.

It’s not just the results that have been catching the eye either, it’s been the manner of those performances – with seven goals being scored across both of their recent top-flight triumphs.

Bukayo Saka, who was a shining light for England in Qatar, is truly coming of age, establishing himself as one of the most potent and lively forwards in world football. 

The 21-year-old has netted in his last two domestic fixtures on the back of bagging three as England reached the quarter-finals in the Middle East, and having scored in this fixture in each of the last two campaigns (both of which Arsenal won comfortably), he will be keen to extend that run yet further.

The Gunners are not going to have it all their own way though – well so you’d think! Which is why the both teams to score element of this Boosted Bet Builder also appeals.

Whilst the Londoners have been free-scoring this term, Newcastle are certainly no slouches in front of goal themselves, and head south on the back of netting in nine of their last 11 Premier League fixtures.

The rejuvenated Miguel Almiron has been key to the Geordies continued rise under Howe, weighing in with nine goals from his 17 league appearances this term, whilst Callum Wilson, fresh from his international exploits for England, has scored six times in just 10 starts.

Both, like Saka, will take to the field in the capital with hopes and expectations of extending their goalscoring tallies.

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