Arsenal vs. Everton Betting Tips: Saka and Martinelli backed at the Emirates
Arsenal have the opportunity to shoot five points clear at the top of the Premier League table when they face a struggling Everton for the second time in a month.
Everton stunned Arsenal at Goodison last time out, so revenge is very much on the cards in Wednesday's duel down in the capital at the Emirates (7.45pm).
Here at Betting Odds we've previewed the match and picked out a couple of doubles for your perusal.
Arsenal vs Everton Odds
Sean Dyche enjoyed a stunning start to life as Everton manager in the form of a 1-0 win at home to title contenders Arsenal, who had previously lost just once all season.
It's since been a little stop-start for the ex-Burnley boss, whose side subsequently lost to Liverpool, beat Leeds, then suffered a defeat last time out to Aston Villa, which saw the club sink back into the relegation zone.
Only completing a shock double over Arsenal would propel them out of the bottom three ahead of the weekend, with bookmakers pricing the travel-shy Toffees - one win from their last 13 league games on the road - out at 9/1 to return to Merseyside with the spoils.
Arsenal head into the match buoyed by recent Midlands away day wins at Aston Villa and Leicester City. The Gunners are, unsurprisingly, a short price at 1/3 to bounce back from that shock loss at Goodison by claiming all three points on home turf, where they've won eight of their 11 games this season.
A win for Mikel Arteta's men would also open up a five-point lead over Man City with 13 games remaining.
Arsenal vs Everton Tips
First up, I'm backing Arsenal's two top Premier League goalscorers this season, Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka, to each have a shot on target at home to 18th-placed Everton.
The duo have nine goals apiece so far this term, with Saka registering 20 shots on target from 59 efforts, and Martinelli recording 21 shots on target from 55 shots.
Martinelli has enjoyed a mini-rejuvenation in recent weeks, scoring in his last two games against Leicester and Villa, while he's had three shots on target in his last four outings.
Saka has two goals in his last three games and has successfully had a shot on target in five of his last six games.
We've also doubled up for an attractive-looking second bet, which requires Arsenal's Gabriel Martinelli to score and Everton's Amadou Onana to be carded.
As touched upon, Martinelli has rediscovered his mojo, having bagged Arsenal's fourth in the 4-2 win at Villa then he scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win at Leicester.
He now needs just one more goal to reach double figures in the league for the first time in his career.
No Arsenal or Everton player has picked up more yellows this season than Onana, who has a whopping seven to date. He's been booked three times in his last seven games - including against Arsenal - and had his name stamped in the ref's book over the weekend against Villa.
Combine these two outcomes together and you get yourself a 19/2 double with UniBet.
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