The Premier League leaders will be looking to keep their title bid on track when they kick off the Saturday action. Arsenal have won each of their last three, but they come up against an in-form Bournemouth this weekend.

Schedule & How To Watch

  • When: Saturday, May 4, 2024. 7:30 AM ET
  • Where: Emirates Stadium, London, England
  • How to Watch: NBC

Before Betting On Arsenal vs Bournemouth

Arsenal are potentially within three victories of securing a first Premier League title for over 20 years. However, the Gunners will still be relying on favors from elsewhere, as the title remains in Man City’s hands due to their game in hand. Arsenal comes into this round of matches in excellent form after winning each of their last three, while they have recorded victories in 25 of their 35 matches this term.

They managed to keep their title bid on track with a nervy 3-2 win on the road against Tottenham last Sunday. Arsenal appeared to be sailing toward maximum points after scoring three times in the opening 38 minutes, before Spurs threatened a comeback in the final 25 minutes. The victory marked the first time that Arsenal had won on successive trips to Tottenham since September 1988.

It has been an impressive campaign this term for Bournemouth, and they are on course to achieve a top half finish in the standings. The Cherries currently sit tenth in the Premier League, and they have recovered excellently from a slow start to potentially mount a late challenge for a European position.

Bournemouth have recorded victories in each of their last two matches, meaning that only Arsenal, Man City, and Everton are currently on longer winning sequences. The Cherries were excellent last weekend, as they landed a dominant 3-0 home win against Brighton. Since their first home win of the season in October, only Man City and Liverpool have lost fewer matches in front of their own fans.

Arsenal vs Bournemouth Offshore Odds & Pick

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Arsenal boast an extremely dominant record against the Cherries, and that is hard to ignore this weekend. However, we could see Bournemouth finding the net in this clash on Saturday.