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Arsenal vs Luton Prediction Odds and Betting Tips 04/03/2024

David faces Goliath at Emirates Stadium as Arsenal and Luton Town square off against each other in the Premier League round 31. Check out our top betting picks and EPL predictions.

 

Arsenal vs Luton Prediction and Betting Tips 4/3/2024
Arsenal vs Luton Prediction and Betting Tips 4/3/2024

Arsenal vs Luton Match Information

  • Match: Arsenal (11-6-10) vs Luton (4-5-20)
  • Location: Emirates Stadium, London, England
  • Day/Time: Wednesday, April 3, 2:30 p.m. ET
  • Arsenal vs Luton Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

The Gunners are once again in a title race, and will hope to go all the way this year. However, their chances were dealt a little bit of a setback as they lost their place at the top of the table as they drew 0-0 with Man City, despite it being a good result.

Prior to the weekend, Arsenal held top spot, but after dropping points in addition to Liverpool’s win, Jurgen Klopp’s side is now in the driving seat.

Luton is fighting to retain top-flight status for a second consecutive season. They currently occupy 18th place, but only remain in the bottom three on goal difference.

Arsenal is the betting favorite in our Premier League odds at -1000 to win the match against Luton at Emirates.

You can watch the match on FOX or stream it on FuboTV this Wednesday at 2:30 pm EST. 

Arsenal vs Luton Odds and Spreads

Arsenal vs Luton Betting Tips

  • Both teams have scored in Arsenal’s last three Premier League home matches.
  • Arsenal are on a four-game winning streak at home in the Premier League, three games by a margin of two or more goals.
  • The Gunners opened the scoring in their last four straight at home.
  • Six of Luton’s previous eight Premier League road games have seen at least three goals scored.
  • Luton has scored in each of their last 18 Premier League matches, the longest such ongoing streak in the competition.
  • Arsenal won the reverse fixture against Luton 4-3 on the road.
  • Luton’s last Premier League win happened in January against Brighton.
  • The visitors failed to keep a clean sheet on the road this season

 

Arsenal vs Luton ATS Pick: Arsenal -2½ (-120)

Arsenal boasts the league’s second-best home record – 11 wins from 14 played – while Luton has suffered nine losses across its 15 road games this season.

This has been reflected in the odds, which make Mikel Arteta’s men the overwhelming favorites to pick up three further points in its quest to end a two-decade wait to be crowned English champions.

If you’re betting online, you should back Arsenal to cover the spread on Wednesday. 

 

 

Arsenal vs Luton Player Prop Pick: Martin Odegaard 1+ Goals (+120)

Arsenal’s Martin Odegaard has directly contributed to 12 goals in the league this season, four of which have come in three appearances against newly-promoted sides.

If you love soccer player props, he is the player to watch and bet on.

 

 

Arsenal vs Luton Best Game Prop: Arsenal Wins and Over 3½ Goals (-105)

While Luton may have gleaned zero points from their trip to Tottenham, their grit and determination was made all the more impressive due to their eye-watering injury list, which is showing no signs of letting up before another taxing North London trip.

No fewer than 10 players are missing for Luton, including leading scorer Elijah Adebayo, which is reflected in soccer predictions. Arsenal has the power to score at least four goals on their own against Luton, who will definitely leave many gaps as they are in great need of points.

 

 

Arsenal vs Luton Prediction

Arsenal 4, Luton 1

 

 

Questions of the Day

Who could score for Luton against Arsenal?


Luton’s Carlton Morris has netted eight league goals this term, five of which have come in 2024, though his side has failed to win any of those five outings.

Will Mikel Arteta remain at Arsenal if the Gunners fail to win the EPL title?


Mikel Arteta has no plans to leave Arsenal at the end of the season no matter what happens. Still, reports in Spain have suggested the Gunners boss intends to step down in the summer, with a number of outlets linking him to the Barcelona job.

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