Football Betting Tips – Chelsea vs Arsenal

Insights and News 

Further bonus tips, analysis and reports available at Insights.FootballAdvisor

Match Analysis

Chelsea vs Arsenal

Europa League Final

Baku Olimpiya Stadionu

Wednesday 29th May

Kick-off: 20:00


Key stats:

A win apiece this season in the Premier League

– Arsenal have won the last two meetings in trophy finals (FA Cup & Community Shield)

– Chelsea without an away win against the top 10 of the Premier League in the 2018-19 season

– Chelsea have won just one of the last eight meetings

– Arsenal have won their last five Europa League matches, including home and away wins against Napoli and Valencia

– Chelsea without a defeat in this season’s Europa League



This Europa League final is in danger of becoming overshadowed by the political issues surrounding the hosting venue. Baku, Azerbaijan has been put under the spotlight due to their questionable ethics and their inability to assure the safety of Arsenal winger Henrikh Mkhitaryan, as well as Arsenal supporting Armenians that may be attending the final. 

Calls to boycott the final have been voiced by the media, but as it stands, it’s game on on Wednesday, with two London sides making the 4,000 mile trip East for European glory. Added importance is placed on this fixture for Arsenal, with a spot in next season’s Champions League the prize for winning against their London rivals. 

Chelsea has been fairly abysmal on the road this season, especially against the better sides in the Premier League. Their failure to win away at any of the Premier League’s top ten teams punctuates their away day blues, with Sarri struggling to inject life into the Blues away from Stamford Bridge.

Talk surrounding the Italian’s future has surfaced now the domestic campaign is over; it’s unsurprising considering the managerial merry-go-round philosophy that is ingrained in the club, however, Sarri has had a fairly successful season. Finishing third and reaching two major cup finals would be good enough for most clubs, but with Chelsea seemingly sniffing around Frank Lampard, Wednesday’s fixture in Baku may well be Sarri’s last. It’s likely to be Eden Hazard’s last. The Belgian forward is on the verge of signing for Real Madrid, for a fee close to £100 million.

Arsenal striker Lacazette and Aubameyang are building a strong partnership up front for the Gunners. With 35 goals between them this season, the pair have been crucial for Arsenal’s deep run in the Europa League, with stellar performances in the quarter-finals and semis allowing them to brush past the dangerous threats of Napoli and Valencia. 

Chelsea has failed to negate the questions asked of them by a lot of the top teams this season. Their inability to control a match away from home has left them short on more than one occasion, and with the pressure on Arsenal to deliver Champions League football next season, Emery will edge Sarri for intensity.

Chelsea has historically performed well in finals, but without a reliable striker to dig them out of trouble, Arsenal’s firepower may well prove too strong in Baku.

Arsenal to lift the trophy @ 2.10

Under 2.5 goals @ 1.90

Arsenal to win in extra-time @ 12.00 Free Bonus at Betway

Free Report – Successful Betting Portfolio:

Step by step guide 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.

Leave a Reply

Social Media Auto Publish Powered By :
%d bloggers like this: