The Eagles faced relegation rivals Swansea City before Christmas and welcome record breaking table-toppers Manchester City to Selhurst Park on New Year's Eve, but are now on a run of eight games unbeaten - a stark contrast to their early season form.
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Arsenal were booed off at Selhurst Park last season as they lost 3-0 and saw their European aspirations dissipate amidst away supporters singing 'You're not fit to wear the shirt'. The hosts are just a point above the drop zone and a defeat could put them back among the relegation candidates, while a victory could take them as high as twelfth.
However, Mamadou Sakho is ruled out with a calf strain and Joel Ward is also a doubt with a groin problem.
Manchester United loanee Timothy Fosu-Mensah may be available once again after a recent hamstring complaint, whilst Christian Benteke is back again after serving a one game ban. Although Aaron Ramsey has begun training again, the Welsh global is still not match fit as he continues rehabilitation on a hamstring injury. With eight goals this season, the French worldwide is the clubs top scorer, however, the 26-year-old has not scored in his last four appearances.
Arsenal have only won two Premier League away games this season - their joint-fewest tally after nine away games of a campaign in the Premier League era (level with 1994-95, 1998-99, 2000-01 and 2005-06). Having only failed to find the net once in their last 14 Premier League apperances, backing both teams to score at 4/7 seems like a logical bet here.