Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion 16:30

Premier League Betting Preview

Sunday 14th May 2023

  • Met 19 times in the league before, Arsenal 9, Draws 4, Brighton 6
  • Already played this season in the league, Brighton 2-4 Arsenal
  • Also played in the EFL Cup this season, Arsenal 1-3 Brighton
  • Last season’s repeat fixture ended, Arsenal 1-2 Brighton
  • Brighton have lost just 3 of their last 11 head-to-heads vs Arsenal
  • Both teams scored in the last 3 head-to-heads
  • The last 3 head-to-heads went OVER 2.5 GOALS
  • Arsenal have scored in 15 of their last 16 vs Brighton
  • Mitoma (Brighton) has scored twice vs Arsenal this season
  • Odegaard (Arsenal) has scored in the last 2 league head-to-heads


Another crucial end-of-season Premier League match this Sunday as title chasers Arsenal host Brighton at the Emirates.

Brighton are also in a battle for a ‘top four’ slot and need to get back on track after a shock defeat to Everton last week.

The match betting sees Arsenal at 8/11, the draw 14/5 and Brighton 7/2.


The sides have also already faced-off this season, with Brighton losing that one 2-4, while they’ve also met in the EFL Cup this term with Brighton taking the bragging honours that day 3-1.

The Seagulls also won this repeat fixture 1-2 last season, so are no strangers to beating the Gunners and recently have lost only 3 of their last 11 to the London side.

This matchup is also a game that’s produced goals, with the last three seeing over 2.5 goals and also both teams scoring.

You can back 3+ goals at 4/7 or both teams to score at 8/15.

When the sides meet it’s also not often that Arsenal don’t score at least once – they’ve found the back of the net in 94% of their last 16.

The scoring markets see Arsenal’s Jesus on offer at 4/1 (1st) or 6/5 (anytime), but Martin Odegaard has been in flying form of late and might be worth chancing again.

He scored last weekend in Arsenal’s win over Newcastle – his 15th of the season – and has also scored in the last 2 league head-to-heads over Brighton.

The Norwegian can be backed at 8/1 (1st) or 13/5 (anytime).

Brighton’s shortest-priced player in the scoring markets is Danny Welbeck at 7/1 (1st) or 9/4 (anytime).