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Arsenal vs BATE Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Arsenal vs BATE predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Arsenal vs BATE predictions for Thursday’s Europa League match at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners are back in domestic action as they search for three points in the North London derby against BATE Borisov. Read on for all our Arsenal vs BATE Borisov free predictions and Betting Tips.

Arsenal vs BATE betting tips, correct score predictions, match date, time and kickoff

The Arsenal vs BATE Borisov match date and time is set. Arsenal vs BATE fixture is on Thursday, 7 December and game kick-off time is 20:05 BST at the Emirates Stadium.

Date: Thursday, 7 December
Time: 20:05 BST
Stadium: Emirates Stadium, London

Arsenal vs BATE Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Arsenal vs BATE match predictions

Here are the best Arsenal vs BATE odds and our Arsenal vs BATE Predictions and Betting Tips:

Home Win Best Odds1.44 with Unibet

Away Win Best Odds: 6.75 with Unibet

Draw Best Odds: 5.00 with Unibet

Our Arsenal vs BATE prediction

We expect an Arsenal win at 1.44 with Unibet. Below you can read the reasons for our Arsenal vs BATE predictions.

Arsenal vs BATE Correct Score Predictions

We expect Arsenal to win 3-0 at 10.00 with Unibet

Arsenal vs BATE First Goal Scorer Prediction

We expect Olivier Giroud To Score First at 4.10 with Unibet

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Reasons For Arsenal vs BATE preview, predictions & Betting Tips

Arsenal are favourites with the bookies for this match, with odds of 1.44 with Unibet to win. You can back visitors BATE Borisov at 6.75 with Unibet.

Whilst the Gunners should win and have more quality no matter what team they put out, this is a dead rubber for them which is always risky to bet on.

BATE still have everything to play for, and can qualify in second place with a win. Arsenal have already qualified and won the group.

Arsene Wenger has opted for a second string XI all throughout the competition and will no doubt rotate again on Thursday. Expect the likes of Reiss Nelson, David Ospina and Rob Holding et al to feature.

They will want to impress and stake their claim for more regular first team inclusion, and we think that if they play at their best then Arsenal should win at 1.44 with Unibet.

BATE are travelling a long way to London, and play at the Emirates which up until Saturday had been a fortress for the Gunners this season. The loss to Man Utd was their first at home since March.

Olivier Giroud is another who should get the chance to start, and we’re backing him to score first here at 4.10 with Unibet. As for the correct score, our prediction is a 3-0 Arsenal win at 10.00 with Unibet.

Arsenal vs BATE Form

Arsenal face BATE in the Europa League on Thursday night. The Gunners have already qualified from and won Group H, so this game is just to provide minutes for some of the lesser involved players to prove their worth.

Arsenal Form

The Gunners were beaten 3-1 at home to Manchester United, but played well and would have taken something from the game if not for the heroics of David De Gea. They are without a win in their last two Europa League matches.

Arsenal Form: LWWLWL

BATE Form

Although bottom of the group, BATE can qualify if they win at the Emirates and Koln and Red Star Belgrade draw. It’s unlikely, but they will be motivated to win at the Emirates after drawing their last two matches.

BATE Form: DDWWWL

Arsenal vs BATE Head To Head (H2H)

The two teams met for the first ever time in Belarus back in September. The Gunners ran out 4-2 winners that night with Theo Walcott at the double.

Club P W D L
Arsenal 1 1 0 0
BATE 1 0 0 1

Team News

With nothing to play for, Arsene Wenger is expected to rotate his team heavily. Only Santi Cazorla is injured at the moment, but their starters will all be rested for the busy upcoming Christmas period.

Arsenal vs BATE predictions

Away win: Arsenal win at 1.44 with Unibet

Arsenal to win 3-0 at 10.00 with Unibet

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