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09/09-11   -   Press releases unveils new Arsenal markets for Swansea clash is pointing football betting fans in the direction of four new markets released by in time for Arsenal´s match with Swansea - including odds of 150/1 on Arsene Wenger to resign before 22:00 CET on 10th September 2011.

While much has happened since the last Premier League fixture before the international break, Arsenal´s 8-2 defeat to Manchester United on 28th August is still casting a shadow over the club.

With this in mind, is announcing the launch of four new markets by which relate to Arsenal´s next match against Swansea but which also take the Old Trafford debacle directly into account.

For those who think that Arsenal will bounce back from their Old Trafford nightmare with a convincing win, bwin is offering odds of 33/1 that the Gunners will beat the Swans by six clear goals.

The Welsh side are certainly ideal opponents given they have yet to score a goal in the Premier League this season and are only recently promoted from the Championship, and this is reflected in bwin´s 3Way football betting market.

Arsenal are priced at 33/100 to secure all three points, with the draw at 15/4 and a Swansea victory at 33/4.

CLICK TO BET: Arsenal - 33/100, draw - 15/4, Swansea - 33/4

Crucially, Arsenal will be boosted by the additions of Andre Santos, Per Mertesacker, Yossi Benayoun, Mikel Arteta and Chu-Young Park, who all signed for the club before the close of the simmer transfer window.

Arteta could be key to the Gunners´ chances as manager Arsene Wenger will be looking to the Spaniard to supply some of the flair Arsenal lost through the sales of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri earlier in the summer.

The former Everton playmaker is priced at 7/1 to open the scoring and 40/1 to start his career at the Emirates with a bang and score three or more goals against Swansea.

New customers can claim a £25 free bet by signing up for a bwin account and depositing £25.

Using this to back Arteta to score a hat trick against Swansea would see punters win £1,025 should the bet prove successful.

However, punters could also take the view that the match will go the other way and back Brendan Rodgers´ men to inflict more misery on Arsenal.

Swansea are 1,999/1 to repeat the Manchester United scoreline and give Arsenal another 8-2 thrashing.

Meanwhile, odds of 150/1 are available on Arsene Wenger to resign before 22:00 CET on 10th September 2011 on the back of another humiliating defeat.

There are hundreds more bets relating to this weekend´s Premier League action on, the world´s number one online gaming company.

Meanwhile, sister site will be on hand with tips, stats and previews throughout the season to help punters make the best football betting choices.

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