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The Gunners host Southampton on Saturday in the English Premier League. Southampton currently sit dead last in the league, the only club yet to have picked up a point.
So what's the danger?
The Saints actually held second-half leads against both Manchester City and Manchester United before losing, 3-2 in both cases. With just two goals scored this season, Arsenal might struggle to overturn a deficit, should they face one in the second half.
Then again, Arsenal haven't allowed a single goal yet, either.
Southampton are much better than their record indicates, but Arsenal are tough to beat at home and their defense has improved greatly. Plus, Santi Cazorla and Lukas Podolski showed signs of a new understanding two weeks ago against Liverpool.
Chance of upset: 25 percent