Arsenal, favourites at 3/5 with Betfred, face Sheffield United who are dealing with multiple on and off the pitch.
The Blades are almost certainly nailed-on for relegation after one of the worst cases of second-season syndrome English football has ever seen, they are yet to replace Chris Wilder and have an injury crisis.
They are ingredients of a team ready for the taking and on-paper it seems perfect for the Gunners to get back to winning ways – who have not won in their last four matches in all competitions since winning the North London Derby.
It could break an unwanted hoodoo for Mikel Arteta’s side as well. The Gunners have played more Premier League matches at Bramall Lane without winning than at any other ground with four matches.
Alexandre Lacazette has scored eight of his last 11 goals on the road which makes him the main attacking threat for Arsenal – his odds of scoring anytime at 10/11 are understandable and hard to ignore.
The Gunners have not kept a single clean sheet in any of their last 14 matches in all competitions but with the Blades dealing with an injury crisis, Arsenal have the firepower to outscore them so both teams to score at evens is appealing.