Football Betting Tips – Tottenham V Arsenal
What is ‘Best Bets'
‘Best Bets' is designed to be a really easy and enjoyable service to follow along with just a couple of emails a week and a handful of well researched and supported bets recommended to you each week. If this sounds like something you'd enjoy why not join us for the full European season for just £9.95 a month or
£77 £37 for the whole season.
Insights and News
Further bonus tips, analysis and reports available at Insights.FootballAdvisor
Betting Stats & Trends
- Ankaragucu have not scored in their last 4 away games
- Bayern have seen over 2.5 goals in their last 9 games
- Benfica have won their last 8 games
- Rotherham have drawn their last 5 games
- Norwich have seen over 2.5 goals in their last 7 games
- Valencia have drawn their last 4 games
- Hannover have not won away for 23 games
- Dijon have not scored in 5 away games
- Fortuna Sittard have conceded 4+ on their last 3 away games
Tottenham V Arsenal, Wembley Stadium
Saturday 2nd March, Kick-off: 12:30
- Neither side have registered back-to-back wins against each other since 2014
- Under 2.5 goals in five of the last six meetings
- Tottenham have lost back-to-back league matches for the first time this season
- Just four points separate these two sides at kick-off
- Arsenal have won their last three league matches scoring nine goals
- Half of Tottenham’s league losses have come at Wembley (4).
The North London derby has failed to disappoint in recent years. A mixed bag of results have seen no true consistency in the winner of Tottenham vs. Arsenal fixtures, with Arsenal the last side to notch up back-to-back wins five years ago.
This time around, it’s Tottenham who are struggling for form after suffering back-to-back defeats away to Burnley and Chelsea. These losses have coincided with the return to form of star-striker Harry Kane, which has raised certain eyebrows.
Spurs lacked a real intensity against Chelsea in midweek, with Poch claiming it is “impossible” for this Tottenham squad to win the league; it’s a case of looking behind them now, with Man United, Chelsea, and Saturday’s visitors, Arsenal hot on their heels.
Arsenal have found their groove again after a favourable run of fixtures. Scoring five at home to Bournemouth may have fitted the script, however, the Gunners are beginning to create opportunities from all over the pitch, with five different players getting on the score sheet.
Ozil’s reintroduction into the starting eleven allowed their creative cog to turn, and despite Bournemouth shipping the third most goals in the league this season, Arsenal took their chances well.
A win at Wembley on Saturday would see them finish the weekend just one point off their North London rivals – a huge incentive with Emery still looking for his standout win as Arsenal boss this season. The Gunners have still fallen to the usual suspects this season suffering away defeats to City, Chelsea, Liverpool and even West Ham, but the blood will be boiling in a derby that can often throw up surprises.
Tottenham’s defence will be short of confidence come Saturday, with Kieran Trippier’s own goal the icing on the capitulating cake. It may be a stretch for Arsenal to get all three points, but they should be competitive for the whole 90 minutes.
Recommended Bet: available to Best Bet Members only
Value Bet (2/1+)
Free Report – Successful Betting Portfolio:
Step by step guiding to building a successful and profitable betting portfolio. Download for free here
Free Report – Secret Staking Plan Success:
Access the Secret Staking Plan that has delivered over 6,000% compound growth this year.
Weekly Best Bets:
It is designed to be a really easy and enjoyable service to follow along with just a couple of emails a week and a handful of well researched and supported bets recommended to you each week. If this sounds like something you'd enjoy why not join us for the full European season for just £9.95 a month or
£77 £37 for the whole season.
Jon is the Founder and Chief Tipster at Football Advisor and Predictoloy. He started life as data analyst in the digital marketing field before find his true calling in the world of Football and Horse Racing Betting.
Jon has been sharing his professional expertise since 2009 and specialises in using objective data analysis and subjective experience of betting built up over more than a decade of professional betting.
In 2014, Jon also launched (and continues to run) the trusted Football Advisor service service which provides a variety of football and horse racing betting models and portfolios. A few years later, Jon launched the Predictology platform which is the worlds first betting system builder and analyser covering a wealth of football betting related statistics covering more than 200,000 matches.
Jon has also lent his knowledge and expertise to several of the trusted Premium Services offered by the respected Secret Betting Club, including Football Lay Profits. Racing Bet Profits and, most recently, Racing Lay Profits.