10. Arsenal and Chelsea have already met at the Emirates this season, when the Blues earned their third consecutive victory against the Gunners with a 2-0 win. Chelsea are 3.15 to win.
9. The result was the third time since May 2009 that Chelsea have won both halves against Arsenal at the Emirates. Jose Mourinho’s men are 11.00 to win both halves again.
8. Arsenal have not won in three games (D1 L2), their worst run since between New Years day and mid-January this year. The Gunners are 2.35 to beat Chelsea.
7. From a combined 52 games played this season, Arsenal and Chelsea have been involved in just seven draws. A win, either home or away, on the Double Chance is priced at 1.35.
Watch Chelsea’s 2-0 win at Arsenal in October here:
6. Arsenal boast a two-point gap over Chelsea in the Premier League yet record 3.3 fewer shots per game than their London rivals (17.1–13.8). Both teams to score on Monday is priced at 1.55.
5. 42% of Arsenal’s attacks come down their right flank, while Mesut Ozil (7) and Aaron Ramsey (6) boast more assists in the Premier League than any other player (before this weekend’s round of fixtures). Forward Olivier Giroud is 9.00 to score a header.
4. Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat at Sunderland in the League Cup on Tuesday means that each of their last five games have been settled by a one-goal margin. The Blues are 11.00 to win 1-0 and 10.00 to win 2-1.
3. Samuel Eto’o is ranked 16th for average shots per game in the Premier League (2.7), higher than any Chelsea or Arsenal player bar Olivier Giroud (3.7). Eto’o is 3.25 to score.
2. Arsenal last beat Chelsea at home in December 2010, a 3-1 result where three of the game’s goals came within 12 minutes of the start of the second half. A price of 4.25 is available for +2.5 goals after the break on Monday.
1. Chelsea have won four of their last six trips to the Emirates, scoring two or more during each victory. Jose Mourinho’s men are 17.00 to win 2-0.