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After Arsenal experienced very little joy against the Bees, we reckon a similar story is more than likely to follow against the champions of Europe.
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Ahead of the game, our tipster Robert Mann takes a look at some of the best bets from Arsenal vs Chelsea to get your teeth stuck into.
Arsenal are 19/5 to win, with Chelsea priced at 8/11 to come away with the victory. A draw is priced at 13/5.
Prediction: 0-3 (12/1)
To win to nil: Chelsea (7/4)
The Blues may have lost this fixture 3-0 last season under Frank Lampard, however, Tuchel has turned the side into a different breed and should exact revenge for that defeat.
To score anytime: Romelu Lukaku (1/1)
The Belgian powerhouse will, undoubtably, give the Blues the reliable goalscorer that they have been missing and is more than likely to put the Arsenal defence to the test this afternoon.
To be carded: Granit Xhaka (7/5)
Over the past four seasons, Granit Xhaka has received 37 yellow cards in the Premier League and has been booked three times against Chelsea since joining the Gunners.
Interestingly, Paul Tierney - the referee for the fixture - has booked Xhaka twice in the last three seasons - and we're backing for the Swiss midfield maestro to see yellow again today.
Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.
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The Gunners also remain without Gabriel Mahalhaes, Thomas Partey and Eddie Nketiah through injury, while Martin Odegaard has arrived from Real Madrid on a permanent basis, but will not feature just yet due to visa issues.
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