Arsenal hosts the struggling side that just managed a 1 – 1 draw with Wolverhampton on Saturday and they will be looking at this as a very winnable game, and they need the points too, as they look to consolidate fourth place, having ascended there by virtue of Manchester United’s draw with Liverpool. They will be hoping to further keep their slot, considering Chelsea have a game in hand and are set to face a tough one, against Tottenham Hotspur. The Gunners have seven straight home wins in the Premier League and are unbeaten in 13 of the 14 played there this season. Their only home loss came on the opening day, against Manchester City. Arsenal have suffered just four losses at home in their last 45 Premier League games at The Emirates. They have scored two goals or more in five of their last six league matches at home. On the flipside, Bournemouth are winless in their last three matches, losing two and drawing one. It has been particularly tough for them away from home, with nine back to back losses and they have managed just three goals in those nine. In the nine straight losses, they have conceded two goals or more in eight, which doesn’t paint a very good picture of their defence and especially when they head to meet an Arsenal side with two players having hit 25 league goals. Arsenal have never failed to score in their seven meetings with Bournemouth and have scored two or more in six of the seven meetings. Five of the seven meetings have ended in over 2.5 goals and Arsenal have won five, while Bournemouth have one win.