Arsenal will be looking to get back to winning ways in the Premier League when they welcome Sheffield United to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon (15:00).

We feel the Gunners can come away with three points against the Blades and that they can record a few goals in the process. That’s why we have tipped two players to get on the scoresheet this weekend.

Arsenal vs Sheffield United Betting Tips

  • Bukayo Saka to score anytime – 11/10
  • Leandro Trossard to score anytime – 13/10

Match Odds

Arsenal are the overwhelming favourites in this contest at 1/9. A draw is valued at 15/2, while a shock Sheffield United victory is available at 20/1.

Both teams have scored in four of Arsenal’s last five home games, you can get BTTS at 5/4 for this fixture.

Over 2.5 goals is on offer at 4/11, but you can also back over 3.5 goals and over 4.5 goals at 10/11 and 9/4 respectively.

Team News

Gabriel Jesus is a doubt for Arsenal this weekend after he was forced off against Sevilla through injury. Jurrien Timber and Thomas Partey are also sidelined.

Sheffield United have an injury crisis in comparison. Anel Ahmedhodzic, Chris Basham, Daniel Jebbison, Max Lowe, Tom Davies, John Egan and Rhys Norrington-Davies are all in the treatment room.

Bukayo Saka to score anytime @ 11/10

Arsenal’s star man, Bukayo Saka, is integral to the Gunners’ plans this season. The England international has had eight goal involvements in his first nine Premier League appearances this term, including four goals.

He teed up Leandro Trossard’s equaliser at Stamford Bridge last weekend and he will surely play a huge part against the struggling Blades. Saka has failed to score in his last two league outings so he will be eager to rectify that on home soil this Saturday. It is a game that his side should dictate, and there should be chances aplenty for Mikel Arteta’s attackers.

Leandro Trossard to score anytime @ 13/10

Another Arsenal attacker we are expecting to get on the scoresheet this weekend is Trossard, the man who rescued a point for the Gunners against Chelsea a week ago. It was his second league goal of the campaign and in both matches he scored from the bench.

There is a good chance he will be named on the bench once again this weekend, but he certainly brings a lot of energy when he is thrown into the fray, no matter how long is left on the clock. He is a tricky player to defend against and as we’ve seen already this term, he gets himself into excellent goalscoring positions.


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