Chelsea v Arsenal Betting Tips, Latest Odds 10 January

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Gambling911.com has your Chelsea v Arsenal betting tips and latest odds.


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There has only been a single loss in the last six overall for either team, Arsenal in their last game.  Each side has had three draws.

Chelsea and Arsenal have each won one, drawn four, and lost one of their last six meetings with one another though Chelsea have won all but one of their last ten games at home this season.  Arsenal, on the other hand, have won only slightly more than a quarter of their away games this season.  GO WITH CHELSEA HERE

Four of the last six games in this series have seen at least three goals scored.

We have all the OVER/UNDER odds below.  The safe bet is probably 4/6 on the OVER 2.5.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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