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The Emirates : 3/1 Gunners to score a header popular in latest Arsenal v Hull odds released

Arsene Wenger’s side are expected to win convincingly as the the latest Arsenal v Hull odds shows that customers are backing the ‘Arsenal to score a header’ market at 3/1 with William Hill.

The popular UK brand reports that customers are looking for that little extra value from tonights game, and with the home win as short of 2/9 in places, the 3/1 on offer for the Gunners to score a header is proving quite a popular selection.

Arsenal will look to maintain their lead at the top of the Premier League when they take on Hull City at the Emirates tonight.

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The Gunners moved over the 30 point line on Saturday with a 4-0 win over Cardiff, a game that saw Aaron Ramsey take his tally to the season to 15 goals.

The in-form Welsh man will head in the game with his manager Arsene Wenger claiming he would be named player of the year if the voting was done now.

“He has been outstanding until now. You want always to jump into the future but we have to enjoy the present,” said Wenger.

“If he keeps playing like that, of course (he will be player of the year), but it has only been a third of the season.”

He added: “I have to treat him like the other players and give him a breather when he needs it. I want him to continue to develop, but he is so young you imagine why should he stop his development now?

“Let’s not forget that one year ago everyone questioned him. That shows you that he deserves credit for that – he has turned a corner and he can continue to improve.”

The Gunners could make changes to their line up as they enter a busy period and that could see Theo Walcott and Tomas Rosicky start while Jack Wilshere could be rested.

Hull meanwhile will be full of confidence after recording a first ever Premier League win over Liverpool on Sunday.

The Tigers roared to a 3-1 win over the Reds and moved up to 10th in the table as a result. Home form has been the key to Hull’s fine form with just one win, and three points, collected on the road.

However instead of preparing for the mammoth task of trying to beat an Arsenal team with 10 wins from their 13 games so far the former Wigan manager has been playing peacemaker, following his chairman’s, Assem Allam, attack on the club supporters.

Allam has come in for criticism after telling a section of the clubs supporters, “they can die as soon as they want” after protests from a group called “City Till We Die” over his plans to change the club’s name from Hull City FC to Hull City Tigers.

Bruce has revealed he plans to have a chat with Allam to ease tensions between the owner and the supporters.

He said: “His comments created a fantastic atmosphere, I’ll say that! But, in all seriousness, he put £70 million into the club and without him, there would not be a club or Hull City — it would be down the tube.

“Not many would put £70m into Hull but certainly I have to have a conversation with him because I don’t think he understands history and tradition.

“He thinks the brand would be better going forward. Nobody is more of a traditionalist than I am but we must not have an atmosphere none of us want. We don’t want it to fester,” Bruce added. “We should be enjoying the league, not discussing a badge and name change, which becomes irrelevant.”

Bruce will travel to London without defender Paul McShane and Sone Aluko but Liam Rosenior could return. David Meyler will hope to start after his goal scoring performance against Liverpool.

The tough tackling midfielder initially struggled to make an impact at the KC Stadium but has started five of Hull’s last six games.

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