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It is one of the English Premier League's top clubs against one of the worst on Saturday, as Sunderland will play host to Arsenal at the Stadium of Light. Despite being on the road on Saturday, Arsenal is the clear favourite to emerge victorious on Saturday evening.

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Heading into this clash, Arsenal currently sits in a three-way tie with Liverpool and Manchester City at the top of the table, while Sunderland is 18 points back in last place. Sunderland is on a direct line for relegation, as they have managed a putrid record of 0-2-7 so far this season. Sunderland's offensive woes have doomed them so far, as they have managed to score just six goals in nine matches.

Arsenal, on the other hand, has been profilic so far this season, notching a total of 19 goals while allowing just 9. This gives Arsenal one of the best goal differentials in the league, which is why they are currently in a tie for first.


Here are the odds for Saturday's match:

Arsenal, 4/9
Draw, 4/1
Sunderland, 13/2

Here are the five likeliest outcomes of Saturday's game:

Arsenal Wins 2-0, 7/1
Arsenal Wins 2-1, 8/1
Arsenal Wins 1-0, 17/2
Draw 1-1, 9/1
Arsenal Wins 3-0, 10/1

Odds for Both Teams to Score

Yes, 4/5
No, 19/20


Sunderland has lost its last two games in a row and five of its last six. Arsenal, on the other hand, recently had a long win streak snapped after playing Middlesbrough to a draw.

Arsenal possesses the league's top road record, as they have managed 10 points in four away games so far this season. Sunderland, on the other hand, has been absolutely terrible at home, managing just one point over a total of 4 games. Four of Sunderland's six goals have come at home, while Arsenal has managed to put 8 goals past their rivals on the road.


Arsenal possesses a dynamic offensive attack that will be hard for Sunderland to stop on Saturday. Sunderland's fans are desperately hoping for a mid-season turnaround to salvage their hopes of avoiding relegation, though they will likely need to wait at least another week for this to occur, as stopping Arsenal's attack will prove to be no easy feat.