Luton Town v Arsenal Match Preview & Best Odds

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Luton Town v Arsenal Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 8.15pm UK Time, Tuesday 5th December 2023


Luton Town go head-to-head with Arsenal for the first time in over three decades in a top-flight fixture when they meet at Kenilworth this evening.

Having bagged their first Premier League home win of the season when edging past Crystal Palace to the tune of 2-1 late last month, it was back to losing ways for Luton Town when they came off second best at Brentford’s Community Stadium last weekend. The resilient Hatters’ rearguard proved solid for 45 minutes of the match in West London but captain Tom Lockyer’s injury proved to be the turning point. Manager Rob Edwards could only concede that his side were second best in the game but Luton still sit above the dotted line in the lower reaches of the Premier League table. Indeed, thus far Luton Town haven’t been ripped to shreds on their home turf although they have some tough encounters in the weeks ahead, most notably against Chelsea, Newcastle United, Manchester City and Arsenal who pay a visit this evening.

Arsenal got off to a flyer in their 2-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend with two goals scored in the opening thirteen minutes. Wolves did manage a consolation and make things nervy for the league leaders in the closing minutes but Mikel Arteta’s men now sit two points clear at the summit of the division. The Gunners’ defensive record in the top-flight is unrivalled and it’s hard envisaging Luton finding a way through tonight. The Hatters have managed to string together an eleven-match unbeaten run against Arsenal at this venue but given that the last meeting between the sides at Kenilworth Road was in 1991, this head-to-head record counts for very little.

All-in-all, an injury-ravaged Luton Town side could prove easy fodder for the Gunners in what could be the most one-sided affair at this ground this season. Arsenal may well be suffering from fatigue but Arteta has plenty of options from which to choose from and we expect the visitors to romp home to three points and keep a clean sheet into the bargain.


Back Arsenal to win-to-nil at best odds of 4/5