Arsenal vs Leicester City Betting Tip Arsenal – 7 July 2020

Arsenal to continue improvement against Foxes

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EnglandArsenal vs Leicester CityEngland
7 July 2015hrs
Football – England – Premier League
Pick Arsenal
Bookmaker William Hill
Odds: 13/10 odds taken 2000 GMT, Monday 6 July

Both Arsenal and Leicester come into this on the back of good weekend wins and looking for the three points to strengthen their respective hopes for a successful end to the campaign.

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Arsenal Preview – Will Gunners record a fourth straight league win for the first time since 2018?

It’s been a dramatic couple of weeks for Arsenal since football returned. The lows of a heavy defeat away to Manchester City followed by a dismal loss at Brighton seems a long time ago now. The Gunners have since won three straight in the league without conceding a goal and have progressed to the semi-final of the FA Cup. There’s definitely a sense that Mikel Arteta is starting to build something at the club.

The win over Wolves on Saturday was one of the best performances and results under Arteta but it will count for little if they are unable to follow it up with another positive outcome on Tuesday.


Our betting prediction:
Arsenal win/BTTS

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(odds taken 2000 GMT, Monday 6 July)


The last time Arsenal won four consecutive Premier League games was back at the start of the 2018/19 season which indicates just how inconsistent they have been. That’s well known and something we associate with the Gunners. And it’s something that Arteta knows has to change for them to challenge at the top end of the table.

Arsenal’s home form has been the strongest aspect of their campaign by some distance. They are unbeaten at the Emirates in 2020 with five wins and one draw. With Liverpool and Watford to visit here after Leicester, they have some big tests to come before the end of the season.

Leicester City Preview – Can Leicester build on last time out win to cement their place in top four?

Brendan Rodgers will still be feeling relieved following his team’s win at the weekend. The 3-0 success against Crystal Palace was the first victory for Leicester since beating Aston Villa pre-lockdown. Two points from their first three matches back meant that they were coming back to the chasing pack for a top four finish. As it stands, the Foxes remain three points ahead of Manchester United in fifth.

Depending on the outcome of Manchester City’s appeal to UEFA it could well be fifth place is enough to qualify for the Champions League but Rodgers will want to guarantee their participation.

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Jamie Vardy would have been delighted with the result over Palace on a personal level as well as helping his team earn three points. His two goals brought an end to four game run without scoring and keeps him top of the charts in the race for the golden boot. It also further emphasises how closely linked his contribution is to Leicester doing well as a team.

Now on 21 goals, Vardy has a chance again of bettering his best every tally which were the 24 he netted in Leicester’s title-winning season back in 2015/16.

Arsenal vs Leicester City Betting Advice

This has the makings of being a very good game of football between two teams who will be confident after their weekend wins. Arsenal’s hopes of a top four of five finish are probably gone but they are intending on a strong finish to the season as they build towards the next campaign.

Leicester, on the other hand, still require points as the teams below them attempt to narrow the gap in the race for Champions League football.

Key Facts – Arsenal vs Leicester City Betting Tip

  • The 2-0 win over Wolves means Arsenal have won their last three without conceding a goal
  • Leicester secured a much needed win against Crystal Palace – their first since the resumption of the Premier League
  • The Foxes won 2-0 at home to Arsenal back in November


Arsenal are strong at home and looking to continue their good record at the Emirates. Leicester, on the other hand, have not won any of their last five away from home.

Had this game been directly after lockdown then it may well have had a very different look and different outcome. But Arsenal are in a good place at the moment and can make home advantage count.


The best betting odds for Arsenal vs Leicester City

Arsenal to win: 13/10 Betfair
Draw: 12/5 at Betfair
Leicester City to win: 11/5 at Betfair