Pressure building for Arsenal
ARSENAL have a tough trip to Bavaria Wednesday night to take on Bayern Munich in Champions League Group F and although they beat their the Germans in the reverse fixture a fortnight ago BetBright believe that the home side will get their revenge in the Olympic Stadium.
The Bundesliga champions are as short as 2/5 with BetBright for maximum points and when you look at their 100 per cent home record this season and while we are at it, throw into the mix that they’ve scored 29 goals in their seven home matches, you can understand why.
The Gunners’ arrive here in good form with five wins from their last six matches and they did get the upper hand in the 2-0 win at the Emirates, but that really was a score-line that flattered the Premier League side and I’m not interested in them even in the lovely price of 32/5 that is being offered by BetBright.
Arsene Wenger side has a whole host of injury concerns and missing the key-man Theo Walcott in a match like this one is a massive blow and with a huge match at the weekend in the Premier League against arch-rivals Tottenham in the north London derby, well this looks a good time to be facing the Wenger Boys.
How ever way we dress it up, this really looks a home banker for me, but I’m not interested in single bets at 2/5, but I do like a tasty midweek accumulator and Bayern will be in my one with BetBright on Wednesday.
I don’t give the visitors any chance of winning, but I do confidently predict they will score.
No team has troubled Bayern in recent years more than Arsenal and the Gunners’ have now scored in six of their last seven meetings against them and I think they will again on Wednesday.
You know what to expect with both of these sides, attack, attack, attack and there won’t be any of this coming here for a valuable point nonsense for Arsenal and this has the potential to be a classic.
My advice for all neutrals would be to come home from work, put your feet up and log onto BetBright and cheer on a few goals and the bet way to do that is by having a bet on both teams to score which is 7/10 with BetBright and it really looks the best bet in the match for me.
If prices of 7/10 aren’t to your liking (you are a fussy bunch) then don’t worry as I’ve unearthed a 32/5 beauty with BetBright and that is for the home side to come through by a 2-1 margin, although 3-1 also got my attention at 33/4.
Robert Lewandowski is having a season to remember although he had a night to forget at the Emirates in the reverse fixture with the Polish international guilty of missing at least three golden chances.
Bayern’s top-goalscorer will be keen for revenge in this one and although it’s short the 3/1 on him to score the opening goal with BetBright and add to his three goals in the Champions League already this season, looks the right wager.
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