MANCHESTER United’s 8-2 win over Arsenal in August 2011 remains the highest-scoring meeting between the sides and was the Gunners’ heaviest defeat since 1896.
And whether you expect goals or not on Sunday, Sporting Index have a whole host of markets on every aspect of the goalmouth action. The time of the first match goal is pitched at 32-35, with sellers needing the deadlock to be broken in the 31st minute or before to make a profit, and buyers needing the first 35 minutes to be goalless to make a profit.
Arsenal’s first goal is trading at 50-53 and United’s is expected to come a few minutes earlier, 47-50. Juan Mata’s 19th minute penalty at Selhurst Park last Sunday was United’s first goal in three matches – traders expect them to hit 1.4-1.6 in this game.
Arsene Wenger’s side have five goals in normal time from their last five matches – their team goals are trading at 1.25-1.45.
Total goal minutes are quoted at 140-150 – this is a prediction on the total minutes of each goal scored in the match. Goals in the 30th and the 60th minutes would make up 90, for example.
So if you fancy late goals, then this is the market to buy in.
Losses can exceed your initial deposit. Prices subject to fluctuation.