The top two in Champions League Group F after the opening set of fixtures clash in north London when Arsenal take on Napoli and with both teams in super striking form there should be plenty of goals in this game.
Aaron Ramsey is just 13/2 to score the first goal after grabbing his eighth Arsenal strike of the season against Swansea and Gonzalo Higuain is 6/1 for the Serie A side in the same market against the team who very nearly signed him over the summer.
However, Jose Callejon is just one behind the Argentinean in the scoring stakes this season and looks the value at 9/1 to break the deadlock here.
With bwin, if you back the first goalscorer or any time scorer and he goes on to bag two or three in the game you’ll get double or treble the odds on your bet, so it’s definitely worth having a go in this market.
Arsenal are a shade odds-on at 19/20 to triumph, with the away side at 27/10 and the draw is 5/2.
Callejon tends to score in bursts, with three goals in three games at the start of this season
The Spaniard signed off at Real Madrid with two goals in his last two games and brought that form with him to the Stadio San Paolo, finding the back of the net in each of his first three Serie A appearances.
Callejon was hardly prolific in La Liga and found first-team opportunities hard to come by, but seven goals in nine Champions League games over the past two seasons is a record few can match.
He managed to get on the scoresheet more than once in a game on three occasions for Los Merengues in this competition.
Napoli have scored the opening goal in all of their matches this term
The Azzurri have developed a knack of starting games rapidly and under Rafa Benitez have struck at least once before half-time in six of their seven matches.
Callejon unlocked Bologna’s defence just over half an hour into his debut for the club and followed up with a goal within thirty minutes against Chievo.
Arsenal have only kept three clean sheets in their ten games in 2013/14
Despite their league-leading start to the campaign the Gunners have conceded more goals than any other team in the Premier League top five and more than three times as many as local rivals Spurs and fifth-placed Southampton.
Of the Premier League’s top-half teams only Aston Villa have shipped more goals than Wenger’s men and slip-ups late on against Marseille and Swansea suggests the Arsenal defence is prone to lapses in concentration.