Bodo/Glimt vs Arsenal Match Review

Bodo/Glimt vs Arsenal Match Review

October 12, 2022 Sports Review

Bodo/Glimt vs Arsenal Match Review

When Arsenal travels to Norway to face Bodo/Glimt on Thursday evening, they will be looking to maintain their unblemished start to the Europa League Group A competition.

The two sides reconvene after the Gunners ran out winners last week, which has left Kjetil Knutsen’s side battling with PSV Eindhoven for second place in the standings.

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Bodo/Glimt 7.00 6.40 7.50
Arsenal 1.45 1.45 1.47

Bodo/Glimt vs Arsenal Tips and Prediction

The traveling Bodo/Glimt fans were boisterous the entire evening, even when it was clear that their team would lose at the Emirates. However, despite their unwavering support, they were unable to stop their team from losing 3-0 to the dominant Premier League leaders.

Bodo/Glimt suffered a humiliating loss in North London as a result of Eddie Nketiah’s goal, Rob Holding’s header, and Fabio Vieira’s first European strike for Arsenal. With half of their games remaining, Bodo/chances Glimt’s of moving on to the knockout round are now out of their own hands.

The Norwegian champions are tied for third place in Group A with PSV Eindhoven on points after four wins apiece. However, the Dutch team still has a game remaining and will be expected to defeat FC Zurich with ease later this week.

Knutsen’s team beat Sandefjord 4-1 in the Eliteserien on Sunday, which served as the perfect warm-up for this match. Although they are firmly in danger of being demoted to the Europa Conference League for a second straight season, Knutsen’s team still has a chance to upset the apple cart in the Europa League.

However, that victory represented Bodo/ninth Glimt’s straight game in a competition without a clean sheet, but they have offset those weaknesses with a 16-game scoring streak at home since May, and that competence must be at its best if they are to surprise the Gunners.

Amazingly, Bodo/Glimt have won each of their last 14 home games in European competition. They could now tie Barcelona’s record of 15 straight victories, which was broken in 2017, but that streak is undoubtedly in danger of ending against a dreaming Arsenal team.

Critics of Arsenal’s outstanding start to the season were quick to point out that the Gunners hadn’t yet encountered any significant challenges to their dominance of the Premier League, but after back-to-back victories over Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, even though the latter triumph was marred by controversy, such talk has subsided.

Arsenal finally broke their recent streak against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool thanks to two goals from Bukayo Saka and a quick-fire goal from Gabriel Martinelli. Mikel Arteta’s young squad is still keeping Manchester City at bay at the top of the Premier League standings, but there is only one point left to play for.

Although it is still very early to talk about Arsenal challenging for the Premier League title, their dream of winning the Europa League is still very much alive after their previous failed attempts. If results go their way, they could find themselves five points clear at the top of Group A.

Arsenal, who are currently on a five-match winning streak across all competitions, travel to Norway hoping to score for the 17th straight game in the Europa League away from home. Several players will also be vying for more significant roles in the Gunners’ domestic push.


A Bodo/Glimt team known for their success in Europe at home may expect to give Arsenal a greater fight than their humiliation at the Emirates thanks to the roar of the consistently supportive home crowd.

While the reverse match will not be as easy as it was last week, Arsenal can call on the cavalry if necessary and make it three wins from three in Europe. Arteta is certain to field another young and second-string XI this week.