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Best Odds for Arsenal v Man City

Arsenal v Man City

By DAVE ANDERSON, 12/08/2018

The Premier League match most people will be betting on this Sunday is the clash between title holders Man City and Arsenal that kicks-off at 4:00pm at the Emirates.

To help those that are betting on the match, we've listed British Bookmakers best odds for Arsenal v Man City, their betting offers and price boosts, and a preview of the game.

Arsenal v Man City: Best Odds

Check out the best odds that bookmakers offer for a Arsenal win (H), a win for Man City (A), or a draw (D) below. Use the ALL ODDS tab to view more bookmakers odds.

Sunday 12th August

NB: Bookmakers best odds for Arsenal v Man City correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 03:39 on 10/08/2018.

Arsenal v Man City: Betting Offers

As well as bookmakers best odds, we've also listed their betting offers and price boosts that you can use when betting on Sunday's Premier League clash between Arsenal and Man City.

Arsenal v Man City will be broadcast live on SkySports at 4pm on Sunday August 12th.

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Arsenal v Man City: Preview

The highlight of Sunday’s Premier League action is undoubtedly set to be when Unai Emery's Arsenal host Pep Guardiola’s reigning champions Man City at the Emirates.

Bookmakers odds show Man City as favourites to win this clash, and if they play anything like they did last season, the certainly could start the season with an away win.

Check out the latest Premier League odds for 2018-19 to see how bookmakers see both Arsenal and Man City's chances of lifting the Premier League trophy next May.

Out of all of the times these teams have met, Arsenal have won the most fixtures, however things have changed over the years with Man City now looking the better side.

In fact, Man City haven’t lost a Premier League match to Arsenal since 2015, having won 3 of the last 4 fixtures, with the 5th match ending in a draw.

Pep Guardiola’s men also beat the London club in the League Cup last season, and so it's no suprise that bookmakers odds show them as most likely to win on Sunday.

In the lead up to Arsenal v Man City at the Emirates, we've taken a look at which bookmakers offer the best odds, both team’s form and the betting offers to can take advantage of.

Arsenal haven’t won the Premier League since 2004, and have even struggled to finish in the top 4 in recent years, finishing in 6th place last season, having only won half of their matches.

They've got some decent players, look strong coming into the new season, but they've also got a new manager following Arsene Wenger’s departure in May after nearly 21 years at the helm.

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New manager Unai Emery has sought to make his mark, bringing in five new signings, with Stephan Lichtsteiner, Bernd Leno and Sokratis Papastathopoulos joining in the hope of strengthening the backline, while Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi joining the midfield.

While bookmakers expect a Man City victory, Arsenal could really do with getting some early points on the table as they don't have the easiest of starts to their Premier League campaign.

After Man City they'll face Chelsea, and although Emery’s men are capable of beating Man City, it will be interesting to see how they perform in their first match under new leadership.

Bookmakers offer last seasons winners as the favourites to beat Arsenal, and most punters money will be backing Man City to walk away with 3 points from this fixture.

Pep Guardiola’s men have finished in the top 4 for the past 8 seasons, and they come into the Arsenal game in fighting form, and hoping for a repeat of last season’s amazing campaign.

After the Arsenal match, Man City have a run of relatively easy fixtures against lower ranked teams, that shouldn’t provide too many problems for them.

If they can win these early matches and claim as many points as possible, there’s no reason why their 19 point clear lead last season can’t be replicated again in 2018-19.

In the wake of last seasons success, Guardiola has made minimal changes to the squad during the transfer window, with Riyad Mahrez joining from Leicester and Yaya Toure moving on.

Claudio Gomez, the 18-year-old French defensive midfielder, has also arrived from PSG.

Arsenal v Man City: Stats

Arsenal and Man City have played each other a total of 194 times with Arsenal currently having the better record having won 96 of the fixtures, compared to Man City's 53 victories.

The last Premier League match between these sides was on the 1st of March earlier this year at the Emirates when the game ended with a 3-0 victory for Man City thanks to 3 first half goals.

The previous 6 Premier league matches involving these teams have resulted in 3 wins for Man City, 1 win for Arsenal and 2 of the fixtures ending all square after 90 minutes.

The last time that Arsenal played Man City at home at the Emirates Stadium was when they met in the Premier League on the 1st of March in 2018 with Man City comfortably winning 3-0.

The biggest win that Arsenal have ever had over Man City in the Premier League occured on the 22nd of February in 2003 when they won 5-0 at Maine Road Stadium in Manchester.

Arsenal had 5 different goal scorers in the match with Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry scoring the pick of the bunch. Nicolas Anelka scored Man City's consolation in the 87th minute.

The highest score that Man City have ever beaten Arsenal by in the Premier League era was the 6-3 win on the 14th of December at Etihad Stadium back in 2013.

Man City had 6 separate goal scorers during the match with Yaya Touré rounding things off in the 90th minute with a penalty. Theo Walcott scored a couple for Arsenal with Per Mertesacker also scoring a goal in the 90th minute that ultimately didn't affect the outcome.

Arsenal's: Form

Looking at the last 6 fixtures that Arsenal have contested in all competitions, they've won 4, drawn 2, and lost 0 scoring a total of 18 goals (3 goals per game) and conceding 3 times.


Arsenal 2 - 0 Lazio
Arsenal 1 - 1 Chelsea
Arsenal 5 - 1 PSG
Atletico Madrid 1 - 1 Arsenal
Boreham Wood 0 - 8 Arsenal
Huddersfield 0 - 1 Arsenal

Man City's: Form

Man City's record over their last 6 games in all competitions is won 4, drawn 0 and lost 2. They've scored less than Arsenal, 10 in total (1.66 goals per game) but conceded more (5).


Chelsea 0 - 2 Man City
Bayern Munich 2 - 3 Man City
Man City 1 - 2 Liverpool
Man City 0 - 1 B. Dortmund
Southampton 0 - 1 Man City
Man City 3 - 1 Brighton