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The home side, Arsenal went into last weekend’s clash with Liverpool as 1 of only 2 teams in the Premier League with a perfect record.
Defensively, there is clearly still a lot of work to be done at Arsenal. They have conceded 4 goals in their opening 3 Premier League games
and looked very vulnerable at times in their only home match of the season against Burnley.
This isn’t exactly a surprise for a side that kept a clean sheet in just 21% of Premier League games last season.
The purchase of David Luiz, while shrewd, is unlikely to turn this back line around, especially after the departure of Laurent Koscielny.
That being said, when you have an attacking trio as feared as Unai Emery does, you can sometimes afford to be a bit gung-ho at the back.
Summer signing Nicolas Pepe is yet to get off the mark for Arsenal, but the combination of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted 35 league goals last season.
Aubameyang is the most dangerous threat, with 13 of his 22 league goals last term coming at the Emirates.
The Gabonese forward has scored 7 goals in his last 8 Premier League appearances and has found the net in each of his last 3 league games at the Emirates
so we think he’s a great choice for our anytime goalscorer predictions here.
Tottenham carry their own threat in Harry Kane, of course, but the Englishman has been relatively starved of chances this season
due to the uncertainty surrounding Christian Eriksen. This has played a big part in what many could say is an ominous start to their campaign.
Eriksen came off the bench against Aston Villa to help salvage 3 points on the opening weekend, and they were incredibly fortunate to draw 2-2 with Manchester City the following week.
Last weekend saw them labour to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Newcastle, so things aren’t looking particularly good for Mauricio Pocchettino’s men right now.
Spurs are now winless in their last 7 Premier League away matches and have conceded 2 or more goals in 5 of them.
On Sunday they come up against an Arsenal side that have scored 2 or more goals in 10 of their last 11 home league games
And The other, unfortunately for them, was Liverpool, and Jurgen Klopp’s men continued their own streak with an emphatic 3-1 win over The Gunners.