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Prediction Premier League - Arsenal vs Luton Town

Prediction Premier League - Arsenal vs Luton Town
Premier League - Arsenal vs Luton Town
Match Time: 04-04-2024 02:30 Thursday (GMT+8)
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Avoiding the customary Etihad embarrassment was priority number one for Arsenal during Easter Sunday's main event, which kicked off moments after Liverpool had risen to the summit by overcoming Brighton & Hove Albion, piling even more pressure on the shoulders of both teams.

While Arteta's charges failed to venture out of their own half for long periods, David Raya was offered magnificent protection from two immovable objects in William Saliba and Gabriel Magalhaes, whose efforts were pivotal to Arsenal coming away with a creditable goalless draw.

The Gunners arguably had the better chances to steal all the spoils in spite of their significantly inferior possession, but few Gooners would have turned their nose up to four points from six against Man City at the start of the season, even if they are no longer in control of the title fight.

Still one point clear of the current holders in second position, Arsenal now have a two-point disadvantage to make up to Liverpool - who do not play again until Thursday evening - so the Gunners need only follow their perfect pattern against newly-promoted sides to momentarily return to the summit.

Indeed, each of Arsenal's five league games against 2022-23 Championship sides this year has ended in victory, and the hosts have strung together an outstanding 38-match Premier League unbeaten streak against newly-promoted teams at the Emirates since Hull City's 2-1 upset in 2008.

Luton Town

Wednesday's hosts were certainly given quite the scare during their Kenilworth Road contest with Luton, though, and Rob Edwards's men also gave Arsenal's bitter adversaries Tottenham Hotspur a brilliant run for their money on Saturday, where Tahith Chong needed just three minutes to draw first blood.

After emerging for the second period with their one-goal lead intact, though, Luton were quickly pegged back by one of their own - Issa Kabore could not sort his feet out and diverted Brennan Johnson's cross into his own net - before a late Son Heung-min strike sailed past Thomas Kaminski via an unfortunate deflection.

While there were numerous positives for Rob Edwards to reflect on - the standout one being an 18th Premier League game in a row that his side have found the back of the net - the grim reality of the situation is that Luton are now without a triumph in 10 matches in all tournaments, falling below the dotted line in the process.

Only goal difference is keeping the 18th-placed Hatters below Nottingham Forest, but second-half collapses are not aiding the visitors' cause, as they have now lost each of their last three Premier League games where they have led at the interval, just the third team in the competition's history to do so.

Edwards's men also arrive at the Emirates without a single away clean sheet all season long, and they came out on the wrong end of December's seven-goal spectacular with Arsenal at their humble home, where Declan Rice's injury-time header broke Hatters hearts and sent Gooners into raptures.

Prediction: Arsenal 3-0 Luton Town
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