Arsenal have made the worst start to a Premier League season in their history in the Premier League which dates back to the early 90’s. This is worrying times for the North London club who just can’t seem to tick at all at the moment and with them being 3 points above the relegation zone is now the time to worry about Arsenal? Below we investigate why it has all gone wrong for Arsenal.

Arsenal get back underway in the Premier League this weekend after a successful start to their Europa League charge having topped the grouped against Burnley at home and will be looking at this as a winnable game. Wanting to back Arsenal for a win this weekend on the betting market? Many odds like those found at are some of the best on the internet and even more can be found on other avenues and sports. Further to this, they are currently offering some of the best sign-up offers to all new customers.

Many tipped Arsenal to do well this season, including myself but has just looked so far off the pace year with having problems at both end of the pitch. First of all, the goals has dried up completely at the top of the pitch with them currently only have scored 10 goals this season, the 4th worst in the league. This is especially worrying because they have just secured the signature of Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang over the summer on a new contract and Gunners fans thought this was the best bit of business that they had done in recent years. Auba has only scored 2 goals this season, one of which was a penalty, and has looked out of sorts since having his new contract.

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Furthermore, at the back they haven’t looked that confident either; although they have conceded less goals than last year in comparison but the system, they are playing isn’t suiting the type of football Arsenal fans want their club to play and it is affecting their output further up the pitch.

This is mainly worrying for Mikel Arteta as he is currently priced at 6/1 to be the next manager to be sacked in the Premier League due to the output of his team and if Arsenal don’t bucktheir ideas up we think this could be a good price for a winning bet. Arteta looked to have implemented his style of play on the football club at the end of last summer but this year the team just hasn’t bought into his philosophy – something he’ll need to turn around quickly.

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