Nurnberg vs Arsenal Prediction, Odds & Bettings Tips 13/07/2023

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13/07/23 - 18:00

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Nurnberg - Arsenal

Club Friendly List - Max-Morlock-Stadion

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Nurnberg vs Arsenal Top Predictions and Odds

This friendly match will take place at Max Morlock Stadion in Nuremberg and it will mark Arsenal's start to the preparation period.

Both Teams to Score

  • Nurnberg scored in two out of three friendly games played this summer
  • Arsenal covered BTTS bet in one out of their past five matches
  • Their only h2h match last year ended with a 5-3 Arsenal win

Over 3.5 Goals

  • Arsenal went over the mark in two of their past five outings
  • Nurnberg has played two straight over 3.5 goals matches
  • The last time they played against each other there were eight goals scored

Provisional Stats and Latest Odds for Nurnberg vs Arsenal prediction

Head to Head

08/07/22

Elite Club Friendlies Elite

Nurnberg

Nurnberg

Arsenal

Arsenal

3

5

Last Five - Nurnberg

20/07/24

Europe Friendlies Europe

Blackburn

Blackburn

Nurnberg

Nurnberg

2

4

W

13/07/24

Europe Friendlies Europe

1860 Munich

1860 Munich

Nurnberg

Nurnberg

1

1

D

04/07/24

Europe Friendlies Europe

Ansbach

Ansbach

Nurnberg

Nurnberg

1

4

W

19/05/24

Germany Bundesliga II Germany

Hamburg

Hamburg

Nurnberg

Nurnberg

4

1

L

11/05/24

Germany Bundesliga II Germany

Elversberg

Elversberg

Nurnberg

Nurnberg

0

3

W

Last Five - Arsenal

19/05/24

England Premier League EPL

Everton

Everton

Arsenal

Arsenal

1

2

W

12/05/24

England Premier League EPL

Man Utd

Man Utd

Arsenal

Arsenal

0

1

W

04/05/24

England Premier League EPL

Bournemouth

Bournemouth

Arsenal

Arsenal

0

3

W

01/05/24

Portugal Primeira Liga Portugal

Man City

Man City

Arsenal

Arsenal

0

1

W

28/04/24

England Premier League EPL

Tottenham

Tottenham

Arsenal

Arsenal

2

3

W

There is a plethora of games around Europe during this preparation period and you can check all the latest picks, odds, and predictions on our football betting tips today page.

Team Information, Preview, and Nurnberg vs Arsenal Lineups

Nurnberg

The home team will play in Germany's second division for the fifth straight year, and they are already in full training mode having played three friendly matches. They won twice while drawing once during that period and scored in every game. Nurnberg has brought in some important players this summer like Daichi Hayashi who was loaned from the Belgian outfit Sint-Truiden while there were other additions, especially in the defensive part of the team with Jannes Horn, Ivan Marquez, and Ahmet Gurleyen joining the squad. Team captain Christopher Schindler and Erik Wekesser will miss the game due to injury.

Predicted lineup: Reichert, Castrop, Duah, Geis, Gurleyen, Handwerker, Hayashi, Lawrence, Okunuki, Schleimer, Valentini.

Arsenal

This will be the first friendly match for Arsenal this summer and coach Mikel Arteta will be pleased to see his players in action once again. It has been a good summer for the London club in the transfer market as they managed to bring in the three players they wanted the most with a record signing of Declan Rice from West Ham taking the cake. Jurrien Timber is also coming in from Ajax while Kai Havertz will strengthen the attack options. It is also noteworthy that new contracts have been signed with young talents Bukayo Saka and William Saliba. Granit Xhaka's exit is the most important one from that side of Arsenal's transfer dealings, the Swiss international joined Bayer Leverkusen. William Saliba, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Mohamed Elneny, and Gabriel Martinelli are expected to miss the game due to injury.

Predicted lineup: Runarsson, Trusty, Kiwior, Zinchenko, White, Lokonga, Rowe, Vieira, Trossard, Nelson, Balogun.

Starting lineups

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