Bournemouth vs Arsenal Premier League Predictions

Premier League Bournemouth vs Arsenal
Bournemouth vs Arsenal Premier League

Sunday November 25th, 13:30

Separated by just a place in the Premier League, Bournemouth will be looking to move within a point of an Arsenal side who have not lost in 10 league outings.


Arsenal may admit they were a tad lucky to get a 1-1 against Wolves in their last outing but doing so extended their winning run to and impressive 16 matches in all competitions.

But draws in each of their last three matches means they are still a little way off the front-runners in the Premier League.

The fact that Bournemouth sit only one place behind Arsenal is seventh speaks to how well their season has gone so far.

Things haven’t been so rosy of late, losing 2-1 to Manchester United and Newcastle, and the misery may pile on as they go on to face table-toppers Manchester City and Liverpool in the coming weeks.

But Arsenal may not as stern a test, especially considering Bournemouth’s strong home form. Arsenal have been tough to beat too, meaning this could likely end in a 2-2 draw.

Betting Tips

If matches finished at half-time, Arsenal would be 19th in the Premier League, behind only Cardiff City. They have yet to enter half time in the lead in the league this season, mounting comebacks against Wolves, Liverpool, Crystal Palace and Leicester City in recent games. Whatever manager Unai Emery says after half time, it works.

His substitutes work to with six of their last 10 goals in all competitions coming off the bench.

The Bournemouth striker has a perfect record against the Gunners, scoring in all three of his Premier League appearances against the London side. He will be looking to add to the seven goals he has scored for the Cherries this campaign, buoyed by a debut goal for England during the international break.


Head to Head

Arsenal and Bournemouth have met six times in the Premier League, all from 2015 onwards when the Cherries got promoted.  Arsenal have one four times, but Bournemouth were victorious in two sides most recent encounter, beating the Arsene Wenger-managed side 2-1 at the Vitality stadium back in January.


  • Bournemouth have lost their last two Premier League games, as many as they had in their previous 12 in the competition (W8 D2 L2).
  • Arsenal have scored at least twice in each of their last five Premier League away games. Only once have they had a longer such run in the competition (7 between December 2010-April 2011).
  • Bournemouth lost their last home Premier League match against Man Utd – they’ve not lost consecutive games at the Vitality Stadium since August 2017.
  • Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored 13 goals in his 15 Premier League matches played on Sunday, accounting for 76% of his total strikes in the competition (13/17).
  • Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser has six assists in 12 Premier League games this season – no player has ever recorded more in a single top-flight campaign for the Cherries.