Arsenal v Liverpool HT/FT betting: Goals galore for both?

We have looked into some Arsenal v Liverpool HT/FT betting markets ahead of their clash in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Arsenal go into the game in third place, knowing a win will close the gap on the leaders to just two points, while Liverpool also have a chance to extend their lead over the Gunners to eight points, and effectively knock them out of the title race with Manchester City also lurking.

It should be a close game with the score difficult to predict, so one may want to take a look at some of the correct score betting markets we have picked out too, to see if there are any relatable key trends when it comes to HT/FT betting markets.

Liverpool beat Arsenal 2-0 at the Emirates in the FA Cup in January – Photo by Icon sport

Arsenal v Liverpool HT/FT betting – Key trends and selected outrights

Over the last 10 PL meetings, Liverpool have led at HT four times, Arsenal three times, and three times it has been level. By FT, Liverpool won six of the games, with Arsenal winning two and there being two draws.

According to betting markets, the most likely HT/FT to come through is Arsenal to lead at HT and FT, followed by Liverpool to lead at HT and FT, and then a draw at HT and FT:

To lead – HT/FT

  • Arsenal/Arsenal – 11/4
  • Liverpool/Liverpool – 17/4
  • Draw/Draw – 26/5

To lead – HT

  • Arsenal – 9/5
  • Liverpool – 5/2
  • Draw – 7/5

To lead – FT

  • Arsenal – 13/10
  • Liverpool – 43/20
  • Draw – 11/4
Liverpool have had the better of Arsenal in recent times. Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images – Photo by Icon sport

Correct score – HT

Over the last 10 PL meetings, the most common scoreline at HT has been 2-1, with Arsenal leading three times and Liverpool four. However, this is not the most likely scoreline according to betting markets, with them opting for a 0-0 draw to come in at HT, followed by a 1-0 lead for either team:

  • Arsenal 0-0 Liverpool – 12/5
  • Arsenal 1-0 Liverpool – 15/4
  • Arsenal 0-1 Liverpool – 23/5

Correct score – FT

Over the last 10 PL meetings, the most common scoreline at FT has been a 3-1 Liverpool win. However, there have been nine different scorelines in total, making this game particularly difficult to predict.

The most likely scoreline, according to betting markets, is a 1-1 draw, followed by a 2-1 Arsenal win, while a 2-1 or 1-0 Liverpool win is the most likely away victory:

  • Arsenal 1-1 Liverpool – 13/2
  • Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool – 9/1
  • Arsenal 1-2 Liverpool – 12/1
  • Arsenal 0-1 Liverpool – 12/1
Both teams tend to score in this fixture – Photo by Icon sport

Both teams to score – HT

Over the last 10 PL meetings, both teams have scored at HT on six occasions, with Arsenal failing to score four times and Liverpool twice. It has been 0-0 at HT twice, and betting markets suggest it is more likely that both teams will not score before HT:

  • Yes – 3/1
  • No – 2/7

Both teams to score – FT

Over the last 10 PL meetings, both teams have scored at FT seven times, with Liverpool scoring in all 10 matches and Arsenal failing to score on three occasions. As such, betting markets believe it is more likely that both teams will score than will not:

  • Yes – 3/5
  • No – 31/20
The game finished 1-1 at Anfield between these sides in December. Xinhua – Photo by Icon sport

Total goals exact – HT/FT

Over the last 10 PL meetings, there have been 37 goals scored, at an average of 3.7 per game. Of those, 21 came in the first half at 2.1 per game, and 16 came in the second half at 1.6 per game.

Liverpool have scored 26 of those goals, with 12 coming in the first half and 14 in the second, while Arsenal have scored 11 goals, with nine coming in the first half and just two in the second:

Total goals exact – HT

  • 1 – 13/8
  • 0 – 5/2
  • 2 – 3/1

Total goals exact – FT

  • 2 – 29/10
  • 3 – 3/1
  • 4 – 21/5

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