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Arsenal 2-0 Luton (EPL)

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Arsenal have won their last 5 home matches, extending their unbeaten run to 10 matches in the league. Luton Town bring their winless run to 10 league matches.

Arsenal are unbeaten in each of their last 39 Premier League matches under Mikel Arteta in which they have been ahead at half-time (W36 D3), a run which has seen Arsenal win all of their last 15 matches when in front at the break.

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Kai Havertz has now scored or assisted 12 goals in the Premier League this season, his best ever season in the Premier League:

  • 2020/21 ~ 4 goals & 3 assists
  • 2021/22 ~ 8 goals & 3 assists
  • 2022/23 ~ 7 goals & 1 assist
  • 2023/24 ~ 8 goals & 4 assists

Martin Odegaard has now scored 7 Premier Leagues for Arsenal this season. Only Bukayo Saka (13) & Kai Havertz (8) have scored more.

Arsenal’s record in 2024:

  • 10 games
  • 9 wins
  • 1 draw
  • 0 losses (unbeaten)
  • 35 goals scored
  • 4 goals conceded

31.5% of Arsenal’s passes in the Premier League this season have come in the final third, the highest proportion for any team in Europe’s top five leagues.

Since the start of 2024, Arsenal are the top-ranked team in the Premier League for:

  • Goals conceded (4)
  • xG faced (4.5)
  • Clean sheets (6)
  • Shots faced (77)
  • Big chances conceded (5)

Each of Martin Ødegaard’s last three Premier League goals have put Arsenal 1-0 up against one of this season’s promoted sides (also v Burnley in February and Sheff Utd in March), with Arsenal going on to win the previous two 5-0 and 6-0 respectively.

Reiss Nelson made his first Premier League start since July 2020 against Liverpool, 1,358 days (3 years, 263 days) ago. Only Mathieu Flamini (5y 162d) and Sol Campbell (3y 296d) have ever had longer gaps between starts for Arsenal in the competition.

Arsenal have now won 12 of their 15 home matches in the Premier League this season (D2 L1); only in 1934/35 (13 wins) and 2002/03 (13 wins) had the Gunners picked up more home wins at this stage of a top-flight campaign.

Luton Town have now failed to win any of their last 10 Premier League matches (D3 L7), their longest winless run across the top four tiers of English football since March 2008 (a run of 13 without victory in the third tier) and their longest run without a win in the top-flight since December 1991 (run of 11).

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