Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from their recent draw against Tottenham in the Premier League this weekend, as they travel to the Vitality Stadium to take on Bournemouth. But, will the visitors claim the maximum points that they crave?

Before Betting On Bournemouth vs Arsenal  

The main aim for Arsenal this term is to go one better than their runner-up finish in the Premier League last term. However, they haven’t started the new campaign in the same manner in which they did last term, as they have won four of their opening six matches. The Gunners come into this fixture on the road after drawing two of their last four.

But, Arsenal have been in excellent form on the road in the Premier League so far this season, as they have landed victories in each of their last two away fixtures. They will be looking to win their opening three away from the Emirates for just the third time in their history. They will certainly be boosted by the fact that they have scored at least once in their last 12 clashes with Bournemouth in the Premier League.

There will also be pressure on the Cherries this weekend, as the hosts are still waiting to pick up their first victory of the season. A victory this weekend would ease the pressure on the players, and would see them move clear of the relegation places. But, it appears to be an incredibly challenging assignment based on their performances this term.

Bournemouth are now winless across their last ten in the English top flight, having lost seven times over that period. They are also without a win in their opening six matches this term. They have only gone their opening seven without a win on one occasion in their history. Their chances are certainly not improved based on the fact that they have only won once in 12 Premier League clashes against the Gunners.

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Arsenal’s record in this fixture is very challenging to overlook this weekend. Therefore, we fully expect the Gunners to bounce back from their recent draw against Tottenham by landing maximum points on Saturday.