10. Arsene Wenger’s side go into this Saturday evening fixture unbeaten in eight Premier League meetings with West Ham, winning six. The Gunners are favourites 1.95 to win at Upton Park and give Wenger his 350th Premier League victory.
9. Two of those eight unbeaten games for Arsenal have ended in draws. A share of the points on Saturday is available at 3.50.
8. West Ham are unbeaten at Upton Park in the Premier League this season, and are on a run of just one defeat in their last sixteen league games at home. The Hammers are priced at 3.75 to beat Arsenal.
7. In the corresponding fixture from the 2010/2011 campaign – the last time the sides were in the same division – Arsenal beat West Ham 3-0. A repeat of that 3-0 winning scoreline for Arsenal can be backed at 18.00.
6. Andy Carroll is yet to score for West Ham since joining on loan from Liverpool in August. The England striker is available at 1.25 not to score again on Saturday.
5. Striker Ricardo Vaz Te found the net for the first time this season against QPR on Monday night. Vaz Te is priced at 11.00 to score the first goal at Upton Park.
4. The only side that have conceded fewer goals than Arsenal (4) in the Premier League this season are Chelsea (3). The Gunners are available at 3.35 to win without conceding a goal.
3. Theo Walcott scored for Arsenal in their 3-0 win over West Ham in January 2011. Walcott can be backed at 3.45 to bag a goal against West Ham.
2. Arsenal’s Gervinho has scored five goals in seven games in all competitions so far this season – already more than he scored in 37 appearances last season. The forward is priced at 12.00 to score at least two goals on Saturday.
1. Against QPR on Monday night, the Hammers became the first team in Premier League history to have eight players booked in one game. Defender James Collins, who was booked in that match, is at 3.20 to get another card against Arsenal.