Arsenal odds: To win Premier League 2021-22, top scorer and more
Arsenal Premier League Winner Odds
As Arsenal prepare for the new season, we assess their Premier League title chances while providing the best odds and insight as to who we believe will be their top scorer.
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2021-22 odds on Arsenal
Despite a promising end to last season, Arsenal had to settle for a second successive finish of eighth in the English top-flight.
Finishing a point behind bitter rivals Tottenham, the Gunners subsequently miss out on European football this term for the first time since 1995-96.
A difficult start set the tone. Mikel Arteta’s side were playing catch-up early on after losing eight of their opening 14 games.
It meant that a run of five consecutive victories to conclude the campaign proved in vain, while their hopes of Europa League glory were dashed by eventual winners Villarreal at the semi-final stage.
Though capable of producing results against the bigger teams, they need to do it on a consistent basis to put themselves up there.
At the same time, they cannot afford to continually drop points against the lesser teams.
They finished six points off the top four last season and 25 behind champions Manchester City, who will be the team to beat again this term.
Arsenal will want to close the gap at the very least, but face stiff competition from the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham and, in more recent times, Leicester.
Best odds on Arsenal to win the league
Arsenal are widely seen as outsiders to claim a first Premier League title since 2004 at 50/1 with Sky Bet.
Arsenal 2021-22 Premier League predictions
The need for world-class players is of huge importance if Arsenal are to genuinely challenge at the top of the table.
Of course, there isn’t the lure of European football to entice new signings this season.
Although, that can work in your favour. Having finished 10th the previous year, Chelsea benefitted from no continental distractions to be crowned Premier League champions in 2016-17.
You feel it would take an almighty effort for Arsenal to replicate that but, as we all know, anything is possible.
Arsenal top scorer odds
Will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fire in the goals for Arsenal or will we see someone take over the reins from the Gabon international? We take a look at the likely candidates for the Gunners.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Golden Boot odds
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been the key man in front of goal for Arsenal in recent seasons, racking up a total of 64 Premier League goals for the club since joining from Borussia Dortmund in 2018.
Having scored just 10 goals in the Premier League last season, the Gabon international will be looking to prove the doubters, who suspect his career may be winding down at the age of 32, incorrect.
Although he has never enjoyed the kind of season that could see him seriously challenging for the golden boot in the Premier League, Alexandre Lacazette has always been fairly reliable in front of goal for the Gunners, managing a total of 50 in his four full seasons with the club so far.
The Frenchman actually found the net three times more than his strike partner Aubameyang this season – can he shoulder the responsibility of consistently finding the net this season to at least reach 15 for the first time?
At 50/1 with Sky Bet, the odds suggest that a golden boot tilt may be slightly beyond him this season.
Nicolas Pepe Golden Boot odds
Nicolas Pepe was a club-record signing for Arsenal in 2019, but at times his performances have flattered to deceive during his first two years in the Premier League.
The Ivorian has obvious ability, but struggles for consistency – although he did double his goal output last season by scoring 10 in comparison to the five he managed in his first campaign.
He’ll need to double that goalscoring output once again to be in with any chance of winning the Golden Boot. Bet365 have priced him at 100/1 to lead the way in the English top-flight this season.
Arsenal odds to win the FA Cup
This is the first season since the 1995/1996 campaign in which Arsenal will not be competing in European football after they finished as low as 8th in the Premier League last term.
That could give Mikel Arteta reason to focus on the domestic cup competitions, which he has already had success in with Arsenal having lifted the FA Cup in the 2019/2020 campaign.
In fact, no club in the history of football’s oldest knock-out competition has ever been as successful as Arsenal as they’ve been FA Cup victors on no fewer than 14 occasions.