Arsenal fans would probably have taken a 2-2 draw at home to City if you’d offered them it beforehand considering how poor they’ve been in recent weeks but after the game they were probably a little annoyed they didn’t get all three points. Arsenal dominated for large parts of the match but City were more clinical when they were on top.
West Ham were very poor against Hull despite taking the lead. Worryingly, they’ve now conceded in 10 in a row on the road and they tend to always struggle visiting the top-teams. Since 2012/13, they have lost 17/24 trips to top-six finishers and this season they’ve picked up just two points from their five away games against the current top-six though they’ve netted in all five.
Arsenal have won seven of their last nine league matches against the Hammers and it’s typically an exciting fixture. Eight of the nine have had Over 2.5 Goals and seven have seen both sides score.
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