Swansea have won just one of their last seven Premier League matches and accordingly Arsenal head to the Liberty Stadium to face Garry Monk’s men as BetVictor’s 6/5 favourites.
The Swans, for their part, are bet365’s 11/4 underdogs but they battled their way to a credible point at Everton last weekend, despite playing a significant chunk of the match with only ten men and they shouldn’t be underestimated in this one.
The Gunners’ midweek capitulation at home to Anderlecht also suggests the hosts can come away with something and the best play in South Wales is arguably Skybet’s 5/2 for the points to be shared.
Arsene Wenger’s charges were defensively sloppy on Tuesday, their performance at the back lending appeal to a score draw at 18/5 (BetVictor) and Stan James offer 4/1 about the pair going in on level terms at the break as well as the final whistle.
Wilfried Bony meanwhile, has struck three times in his last two home matches for Swansea and looks worth an interest at 2/1 with Winner.com to capitalise on any rearguard uncertainty to notch at any stage.