Arsenal vs Swansea City 05/11/2015 Premier League Preview, Odds and Prediction
Swansea City vs Arsenal
Monday 11th May 2015 20:00(GMT)
The Line: Arsenal 1/3 Draw 5/1 Swansea City 10/1 See the Latest Odds
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Arsenal look to move back level on points with Manchester City when they host Swansea City in the Emirates on Monday night. Arsenal have been in scintillating form of late failing to win on just two of their last fifteen games. With Ozil, Sanchez,Giroud, Ramsey and Cazorla on fire at the moment, Arsene Wenger has plenty of attacking talent to turn to on Monday night. In addition Wenger has Walcott, Chamberlain and Welbeck to call on from the bench and this Arsenal squad looks likely to challenge for a title in the coming years. A strong midfield and attack is being backed up by a solid if not spectacular defence and a goalkeeper that has also been solid if not at the highest level. Arsenal are in a strong position for the coming seasons and will be looking to finish this season off strongly.
Swansea take to the Emirates looking to close the gap on Southampton to a solitary point, the Swans are having a terrific season and Gary Monk has done an excellent job. Jon Jo Shelvey and Sigurddson have been excellent all season and Shelvey has found himself in a more attacking role in recent weeks as a creative midfielder. Swansea will be missing the injured Gomis but both Ki and Oliviera have deputised well in recent weeks and will continue to fill the role till the end of the season. Montero , finally getting a consistant run in the side has started to produce his best football and will be a key figure if Swansea are to get anything from this game.
With Swansea having a win over Arsenal in the bank from earlier in the season there will be an element of revenge on the minds of the Gunners as Swansea scored twice in the last fifteen minutes to win that one at the liberty stadium. Arsenal though are the hottest team in Europe right now and it's impossible to go against them. Their offence has really been delivering and I'm taking the overs here as I see this one being an open game with goals.