PSV v Arsenal Match Preview & Best Odds

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PSV v Arsenal Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 5.45pm UK Time, Tuesday 12th December 2023

 

Both PSV Eindhoven and Arsenal have made it through to the last sixteen of this season’s Champions League but the Gunners will be confident of doing the double over their midweek opponents following a 4-0 win in the last meeting between the sides at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal were dumped off the top of the Premier League table at the weekend when they suffered their second league defeat of the campaign, high-flying Aston Villa scoring the only goal of the game in the seventh minute against Mikel Arteta’s side on Saturday evening. The Gunners squandered numerous chances throughout and the defeat brought to an end a thoroughly impressive six-game winning run across competitions.

In the Champions League, Arsenal ensured their progression into the last sixteen of the competition courtesy of a 6-0 demolition of Lens two weeks ago and they head into their final group outing with a healthier goal difference (12) than all of the other 31 teams. PSV got the better of Arsenal at home in the Europa League last season but the Gunners will be confident of avenging that defeat when the sides meet this evening.

PSV sit second in Group B ahead of their final group outing and they enjoy a superior head-to-head record to third-placed Lens over whom they enjoy a three-point lead, therefore the Dutch outfit are guaranteed second position at the end of the group stages, irrespective of what happens tonight. In domestic competition, PSV have won each of their fifteen top-flight games this season and they will certainly provide Arsenal with meaningful competition tonight.

Arteta will demand an immediate response from his men following the weekend disappointment but he won’t be losing too much sleep ahead of what is an inconsequential match. The Gunners have already made it into the next stage of the competition, as have PSV, therefore the chances are that both sides will possibly decide to save energy ahead of important domestic matters and play-out a somewhat low-key stalemate.

 

Back a draw at best odds of 14/5