Arsenal v Crystal Palace betting odds: Gunners look weak

Arsenal look fragile despite their midweek win in opposition to Vitoria and Crystal Palace can benefit from their poor form

Palace buoyed by final season

Crystal Palace have been certainly one of Arsenal’s worst nightmares final season.

Roy Hodgson’s males held the Gunners to a 2-2 draw at Selhurst Park before handing their London rivals a shock 3-2 defeat on the Emirates in April.

William Hill have Both Teams To Score at 8/13 for Sunday’s recreation.

Palace set up well and have pace in abundance to cause an Arsenal defence that has not improved from last term major issues.

Crystal Palace to repeat final season’s 3-2 score is 40/1 while Over three.5 Goals is 11/10.

Arsenal’s struggles continue

Arsenal fans won’t have had a enjoyable week regardless of their 3-2 Europa League win against Vitoria.

It started with arguably their worst performance of the season in a 1-0 loss away to Sheffield United.

Arsenal looked disjointed and lacked imagination and creativity to interrupt down the Blades defence, with little to offer over 90 minutes.

The win against Vitoria could not have settled the nerves fully because the Gunners went behind twice in the recreation.

But they’re unbeaten at the Emirates and William Hill have Crystal Palace to steer at half-time and never win at 15/2.

Zaha to haunt Gunners again

Wilfried Zaha has been a thorn in Arsenal’s facet for the final couple of seasons. So a lot so, the Gunners reportedly tried to signal the winger in the summertime.

Arsenal purchased Zaha’s Ivory Coast teammate Pepe as an alternative, which will only give the previous Manchester United winger some extent to show at the Emirates.

Zaha won the penalty for the equaliser at Selhurst Park and scored within the away win and to score anytime on Sunday with William Hill is 3/1.

Pepe finally kicking into gear

An image that might have been replaying in most Arsenal fans’ minds after the embarrassing defeat to Sheffield United can be Nicolas Pepe’s awful miss.

Arsenal’s club-record signing solely had the keeper to beat when he missed an ideal Sead Kolasinac cross.

However, the Ivorian’s match-winning brace towards Vitoria will have gone some way to restoring supporters’ faith within the highly-rated winger.

His two free-kicks had been good and William Hill have Pepe to score anytime and Arsenal to win at 7/4.