Bukayo Saka is in fine form for Arsenal as a busy December takes shape. Arsenal come into this on the back of a 2-1 win over Wolverhampton and know they have to keep collecting three points as Manchester City will be hot on their heels at the top of the Premier League.
Arsenal are playing some outstanding football going forward as they blitzed Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday with two quick early goals. A few days before that Arsenal put on an awesome first half show to dispose of Lens, scoring 5 goals in the opening half.
Luton will be buoyed by a home win over Crystal Palace last time out and they are making teams work for their goals at Kenilworth Road. Away from home Luton are struggling to compete, but they can give Arsenal a scare.
The tight ground will cause Arsenal a few problems as they look to play their football in tight spaces and it may take something special to open the scoring, but at some point Luton Town will have to come out and play.
Arsenal may well rotate the squad as games have come thick and fast for them, with Champions League and Premier League fixtures every few days. Arsenal have tougher games (on paper) to come this month with Aston Villa, Brighton and Liverpool on the horizon, this game is one they want to tick off with three points.
The Gunners didn’t kill off Wolves on Saturday, which led to a nervy las few minutes, but Arsenal got over the line to remain top of the table. Goals from Saka and Odegaard secured all three points and this game on Tuesday night is one they need to win.
For Luton Town, playing in the Premier League against Arsenal is a dream realized as only a few years ago they were in League One and now they mix it with the best teams in Europe.
Rob Edwards side aren’t blessed with a deep squad, so it’s a tight turn around for them after their 3-1 defeat at Brentford on Saturday and will have to contain Saka, Martinelli and co for 90 minutes.
It may be a long night for the Hatters, but Arsenal could take their foot of the gas should they get a couple in front, but should Luton get a goal, it could be an interesting last period of the game.
|Luton Town to win
|Arsenal to win
|Bukayo Saka to score anytime
|6/4 with Bet365
Arsenal are flying right now and in great scoring form. Both wingers are performing at a high level both offensively and also helping out defensively as well. The quick interchanges are tough for Premier League defences to pick up and poor Luton Town could be on the end of another defeat.
Bukayo Saka is playing very well and even in a tight pitch as Kenilworth Road, expect his wizardry to shine and as Arsenal look to get a hatful of goals, he can once again be a menace for defenders.
Therefore, our punters.pub bet of the day is Bukayo Saka to score anytime in the match at 6/4 with Bet365.