Arsenal vs Southampton

Arsenal vs Southampton predictions, live streaming free for Friday’s Premier League clash at the Emirates. Arsenal look to get back to winning ways against rock bottom Southampton on Friday.
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Arsenal will be bidding to move seven points clear at the top of the Premier League table when they welcome basement side Southampton to the Emirates Stadium on Friday night.

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The Gunners dropped four point s in back-to-back 2-2 draws to Liverpool and West Ham in the last two league outings and will be highly motivated to return to winning ways as soon as possible.

Arsenal: Ramsdale; White, Holding, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Xhaka, Thomas, Odegaard; Martinelli, Jesus, Saka
Southampton: Bazunu; Perraud, Bednarek, Bella-Kotchap, Walker-Peters; Djenepo, Ward-Prowse, Lavia, Sulemana; Alcaraz, Onuachu

Arsenal vs Southampton

English Premier League
Date: 21 April 2023, Friday
Kick-off at 20:00 UK / 21:00 CET
Venue: Emirates Stadium (London).

Arsenal vs Southampton Head-to-head

  • The Gunners have gone five games without a clean sheet and have conceded in their last three at home in the league.
  • Southampton have scored in defeat to Manchester City and in a draw with Spurs recently.
  • Overall, the Gunners won 28, drew 15, and lost just 4 of the last 47 home encounters with the Saints.
  • We saw three or more goals just twice in the previous seven head to head outings between these counterparts.

Arsenal vs Southampton Prediction

The Gunners have squandered 2-0 leads in back-to-back games after consecutive 2-2 draws with Liverpool and West Ham, meaning they now have a four point lead over Manchester City. Technically, the title race is in both team’s hands as City have a game in hand and the top two still have to play each other.

The Saints are bottom of the table, but it is not quite time to hit the panic button, as they sit four points behind 17th-placed Everton on the same number of matches (31), and there is still a lot of football to be played before the end of the campaign.

Arsenal can’t afford to drop the ball at home against the rock-bottomed opposition, especially now when Manchester City are within striking distance after the Gunners’ recent slip-ups.