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Arsenal v Tottenham: Odds boosted on another Emirates tear up

| 07.11.2015

A whopping 33 goals have been bagged in seven Premier League games between Arsenal and Tottenham since late 2008, and with both the North London giants in free-scoring top-flight form, another glut of attacking riches must surely be on the cards in front of the Sky cameras.

With that in mind, Ladbrokes are dangling a number of intriguing betting carrots in the capital, including going top price about either side winning with both finding the back of the net.

The Gunners to win and both teams to score can be backed at an industry best 5/2, from 2/1, with Mauricio Pochettino’s travelling Lilywhites pushed out from 6/1 to 8/1 in the same market.

Both sides have bothered the scoreboard operator at least once in four of the last five runnings of this fixture, with Arsenal emerging triumphant from two of those clashes, so the smart money for a BTTS double looks to be the 5/2 about Arsene Wenger’s in-form outfit.

However, Spurs have struck ten goals in their past three fixtures, with eight of those coming in Premier League victories over Aston Villa and Bournemouth, so Pochettino’s men look set to come out firing at the home of their great enemy.

Ladbrokes’ Sharp Shooter offer comes into play for this fixture, so place a First Player To Score bet and If your winning wager nets in the first 25 minutes, they’ll double the odds on stakes up to £25.

With one goal in each of his side’s last three games, including the third-minute opener against Villa, there’s surely no better bet to break the deadlock than Mousa Dembele at 20/1.

The bookies also offer customers a £25 risk free in-play bet on Arsenal vs Tottenham when the same amount is wagered before the match.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Iain Houten

Iain has been contributing pieces to various websites on an array of subjects, including sports, politics and art, for over four years. Despite blue being his favourite colour, the teams he supports all wear red.