Anything other than an Arsenal victory looks unlikely when they welcome already-relegated Sunderland to the Emirates on Tuesday evening.
As ever the Gunners seem to be saving their best form for the final weeks of the season and only a win will do as they look to maintain their slim hopes of a top-four finish.
In contrast, Sunderland probably cannot wait for the season to end and having avoided the inevitable for a number of years, poor planning and a lack of astuteness in the transfer market finally appears to have caught up with them.
The Gunners have won nine of their last 11 at home in the Premier League and are 2/25 to extend that run.
Following plenty of criticism, Mesut Ozil has found himself again in recent weeks and scored his 12th goal of the season in Saturday’s 4-1 triumph at Stoke.
As already mentioned, Sunderland have already been relegated and having shown some signs of spirit in beating Hull 2-0, were back to their worst at the weekend as they lost by the same scoreline at home to Swansea.
The Black Cats’ injury list continues to swell and David Moyes has hinted that he will look to give youth a chance in north London.
One win in 12 also shows how poor they have been and it looks unlikely that they will improve their streak at the Emirates, where they have not won in six, losing four.
Arsenal have been drawing at half time and winning at full time in their last three home matches and a repeat of that outcome is 16/5.