Arsenal and Newcastle meet in the English Premier League on 18.01.2021. Kick-off is at 21:00. The arena for the match on Monday is Emirates Stadium. So the present 11th in the table is playing against the 15th placed team. Current statistics of Arsenal FC Arsenal FC won its last game 0:4 against West Bromwich. In the past 6 months, the home team has managed to win 9 out of 20 matches. The team has had five wins, one draw and four defeats at their home stadium. Arsenal has managed to win 3 out of 8 home games (37.5%) in the current season (20/21) so far. One game ended in a tie and four matches were lost at home. In total, Arsenal has won 7 out of 17 season games. While it was enough to draw two games, eight matches ended without points. More goals are scored by Mikel Arteta’s team in the second half-time. According to current statistics, Arsenal will score 1,13 goals in each home game and will concede 1,38 goals, which is 2,50 goals in total per match their own stadium. A look at last season’s goal record shows Arsenal FC at home with an average of 1,89 goals. The average number of goals conceded per home match is 1,26. Home games usually ended 3:2, 1:1 or 2:2 in the previous season. In the current season, home matches most often end 0:1, 2:1 or 3:1. Current statistics of Newcastle United FC Newcastle recently lost 1:0 against Sheffield. This season, the team has been able to win 2 out of 8 away games so far (25%). In the past 6 months, Newcastle has won five games, five games ended in a draw and five games were lost. Newcastle managed to win two away victories. The team lost four games in the foreign stadium and in three matches the teams separated with a draw. There have been 1,00 away goals scored by Steve Bruce’s team on average this season. Most of these coming in the second half-time. On average, 2,50 goals are scored when Newcastle plays in foreign stadiums. Last season, Newcastle averaged 0,95 goals for and 1,95 against in their away games. Last last season, away matches most often ended 0:1, 0:5 or 1:0. Newcastle’s away games this season have ended primarily 0:2, 2:0 or 1:1.