Swansea Arsenal Odds : Punters go for goals as Gunners look to overcome injury issues to pick up ninth straight win

The latest Swansea Arsenal odds as punters look to go for goals in the betting with the over 3.5 goals at 13/8 proving popular with punters, report Paddy Power.

Arsenal will be hoping that their recent improvement in form will help motivate them to end their pointless run in Wales over the last 2 years.

Saturday evening’s game will see Swansea looking to maintain their impressive home record against the big sides with a strong performance against in-form Arsenal

Having won their past 8 games in a row, league leaders Arsenal will be hoping to inflict more pain on Swansea when the two sides meet on Saturday evening.

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Arsenal’s attack has suffered yet another significant blow as Theo Walcott is going to miss the next few weeks with an abdominal strain that saw him replaced at the last minute during their 3-1 win against Stoke.

It means that Wenger is likely to use several of the younger squad members in the first time with Ryo Miyiachi and Serge Gnabry the most likely replacements although Nicklas Bendtner may also play a part should numbers stay thin.

In addition to that, both Aaron Ramsey and Mathieu Flamini face fitness tests on Saturday to see whether the midfield duo will be able to play a part in Saturday’s game with Mikel Arteta likely to make his Premier league start of the season if either player fall short.

On the other hand, Swansea is likely to recall several of their first team players to the squad having rested most of their big names in their 3-1 loss to Birmingham in the Carling Cup.

This means that there will be likely returns for several big names such as Michu and Michel Vorm who were all absent from the defeat.

One big name that won’t be returning though is captain Ashley Williams who has been labelled as a major doubt for The Jacks.

Having been plagued with a niggling ankle injury over the past couple of weeks, Swansea boss Michael Laudrup reckoning that Williams has less than a 50% chance of playing.

It means that new signing Jordi Amat will act as his replacement whilst there could also be room for a start for Ivorian striker Wilfried Bony who continued to star in cup competitions having netted again during the League cup defeat on Wednesday night.

There is no doubt that Swansea will fancy their chances following on from their previous fixtures and Arsenal’s mounting injuries. However, with The Gunners on a seemingly unstoppable run as of late, it would be crazy to rule them out of winning at The Liberty Stadium.

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