Bournemouth v Arsenal. Arsenal face a potentially tricky fixture away to Bournemouth on Tuesday, with a win required to stay in touch with leaders Chelsea and take advantage of Liverpool dropping points. Arsene Wenger’s side started the season in the type of form that indicated a real go at the title. However, consecutive defeats in December means that they are nine points behind the leaders Chelsea. The seemingly traditional fall away from the title race is yet to happen, though anything but a win on the south coast could dent their hopes, particularly as fellow rivals Tottenham and Chelsea face each other on Wednesday.

For Bournemouth, 16/17 has so far gone very well and the Cherries are currently ninth. Eddie Howe’s men are likely out of a relegation fight, and can instead aim for a top half finish. This is only the club’s second season in the Premier League, but they play with a maturity and panache that makes them a tough side for the leading clubs to play against. One big miss, however, will be Jack Wilshere, who is unavailable against his parent club.

Bournemouth v Arsenal

For the Gunners, it appears to be a six-way battle not only for the title, but for top four and Champions League qualification. Manchester United’s upturn in form has seen them open up a nine-point gap to Everton in seventh. Under Jose Mourinho they seem to have their swagger back and, having embarked on a six-game league winning streak, seem likely to be in the top finishing positions by May.

Though Arsenal have kept successive clean sheets, defence has long been a frailty. With Shkodran Mustafi missing through injury in recent weeks, the backline lacks the usual organisation. Though the German may return to the line-up in Bournemouth, they will face an in-form attack with the Cherries beating bottom club Swansea 3-0 last time out.

Indeed, a home win at the Vitality Stadium would see the club close the gap to West Brom and Everton. Callum Wilson, scorer of five goals and their top scorer, will be the club’s main attacking threat. The Englishman is 3.10 to find the net or 7.00 to be the first scorer at Tipbet. Olivier Giroud, who scored a sensational scorpion kick against Crystal Palace, is 1.95 and 4.00 for the same feats.

Bournemouth v Arsenal

The home side are 4.95 to beat Arsenal or 4.05 for a draw – either outcome would be an achievement. Wenger’s men are 1.70 to win and leapfrog Manchester City ahead of some fairly straightforward fixtures before they face Chelsea next month.

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