Stoke v Arsenal Odds : Potters set to take all three points as punters treated to offer

Stoke City face a tough test in their opening home game of the new Premier League season when they take on Arsenal on Sunday afternoon as Bet365 announce a new free bets offer for Sunday’s Premiership coupon, as reports suggest punters fancy the 13/5 on the home side as a touch of value.

Tony Pulis’ men drew their first game of the campaign at Reading last season, so a positive result on Sunday would represent a very positive start for them.

The Potters may well be an established Premier League team these days, but they are perhaps amongst a group of teams that could be dragged into a relegation battle if they don’t find their best form.

The Premier League is more competitive than ever and with newly promoted teams showing no fear, Stoke need to find another level if they are to match the success of the last few seasons.

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Pulis has been shrewd in the transfer market to try and achieve this – he has brought in Michael Kightly and Tom Huddlestone to add some quality – and there is no doubt he would love three points against an Arsenal side his team have a good record against, certainly at home.

As for the Gunners, they have been one of the most talked about teams this summer, specifically in regards to their transfer activity. They will be pleased that the action on the pitch has started now though and a win on Sunday would be a welcome boost.

Arsene Wenger’s men were frustrated in the opening day of course – they drew 0-0 with Sunderland – but they have enough quality in the squad and will back themselves to take their chances this time around.

They will need to show some steel too of course as going to the Britannia Stadium is always tough. Wenger is not the biggest fan of their style either, so victory for his approach rather than Stoke’s is always a satisfying moment for the Frenchman.

More importantly than anything else though, Arsenal need to a win to get their season going – as do Stoke. This should be a cracking Premier League contest and it gets underway at 1.30pm on Sunday afternoon.

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