The Analyst: Liverpool vs Arsenal offers best chance of a comeback win

There are few things more exciting in the Premier League than a good comeback. With that in mind, here’s our team-by-team guide to the 'win from behind' betting market ahead of this weekend's games.

What's the one thing better than a win? A win from behind.

There's nothing like the thrill of seeing a team work their way back into a game from a losing position.

And even better the Planet Sport Bet odds of this happening can be very appealing, especially when stacked into a build-a-bet.

This season, we have already seen a number of teams win all three points despite going a goal down.

Here's Planet Sport's guide to the 'win from behind' market. You can find how many teams have completed comebacks this season, how many have lost games from winning positions, and most importantly, what the chances are of that happening this weekend.

(Article last updated Friday, November 19, 2021. Text odds correct at time of publication, the odds in the pretty blue boxes are bang up-to-date)

Arsenal - win from behind

Arsenal's Calum Chambers (second left) celebrates scoring their side's first goal of the game with team-mates and manager Mikel Arteta (left) during the Carabao Cup Fourth Round match at the Emirates Stadium

Games played: 11

Wins: 6

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 3

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Liverpool (A) - Saturday, November 20

Arsenal have an opportunity to leapfrog Liverpool into the top four this weekend - bet you didn't see that coming a couple of months ago.

The Gunners are unbeaten in 10 straight competitive games and catch the Reds on the back of a surprise defeat to West Ham.

Question is, what are the chances of a comeback win for Mikel Arteta's men?

The London outfit are yet to win from behind this season. However, this is a bet which has landed in three of the last five encounters against Liverpool - not always in Arsenal's favour.

With a close game in prospect, this is a bet worthy of consideration.

Aston Villa - win from behind

Steven Gerrard Rangers Sept21

Games played: 11

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 7

Defeats from winning positions: 1

Aston Villa 2-3 Wolves (October 16, 2021)

Next opponent: Brighton (H) - Saturday, November 20

Steven Gerrard's return to the Premier League will not be an easy one as his Aston Villa side host Brighton.

Considering the Villans have been involved in some high scoring affairs over the past few weeks, you certainly can't put a comeback win past them.

Gerrard's men have found the back of the net in seven of their last eight games which suggests that scoring goals is not the problem - it's keeping them out that's the real issue.

With goals set to flow, this is definitely a fixture to keep your eye on in this market.

Brentford - win from behind

Premier League Brentford v Leicester City Mathias Zanka Jorgensen 22 of Brentford celebrates his goal to make it 1-1

Games played: 11

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 5

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Newcastle (A) - Saturday, November 20

Here's another game that offers a lot of promise in the win from behind market.

Eddie Howe will be looking to make an early impression as the Newcastle boss and we already know that the Magpies are more than capable of scoring an early goal.

Brentford may not be in the best of form but even they have the capability of turning things around against Newcastle.

Don't forget, the Bees have a good away record having lost just one of their last six competitive games on the road.

Brighton - win from behind

Brighton and Hove Albion manager Graham Potter prior to the Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich.

Games played: 11

Wins: 4

Wins from behind: 1

Burnley 1-2 Brighton (August 14, 2021)

Defeats: 2

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Aston Villa (A) - Saturday, November 20

This should be a good one. Two teams going through prolonged winless runs go head-to-head as Brighton host Aston Villa.

You have to rate Brighton's chances of a comeback quite well considering Villa are expected to come out swinging.

Steven Gerrard will be looking to make an immediate impact meaning Brighton could very well face the prospect of going behind early.

Should that occur, the Seagulls are more than capable of turning things around. They already have one comeback win to their name and there's no reason why they can't add to it.

Burnley - win from behind

Sean Dyche Burnley Jan21

Games played: 11

Wins: 1

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 5

Defeats from winning positions: 2

Burnley 1-2 Brighton (August 14, 2021)

Everton 3-1 Burnley (September 13, 2021)

Next opponent: Crystal Palace (H) - Saturday, November 20

Burnley have enjoyed a good run in the Premier League over the last few weeks, picking up six points from five games. Question is, are they worth backing in the win from behind market?

The answer to that is no.

One of the most important aspect of this bet is the ability of a team to win games. Considering Burnley have won just one league game this season, you would be better off backing someone else.

Chelsea - win from behind

Chelsea's Mason Mount (left) scores their side's seventh goal of the game and their hat-trick with team-mates during the Premier League match at Stamford Bridge, London.

Games played: 11

Wins: 8

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 1

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Leicester (A) - Saturday, November 20

Chelsea are yet to win from behind this season.

That is simply down to the fact that the Blues have opened the scoring in all the games which have featured at least one Chelsea goal.

With that in mind, Thomas Tuchel's side are also ones to avoid in this market.

Crystal Palace - win from behind

Christian Benteke of Crystal Palace celebrates his goal that was ruled out by VAR during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Newcastle United at Selhurst Park, London on Saturday 23rd October 2021.

Games played: 11

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 2

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Burnley (A) - Saturday, November 20

Patrick Vieira and his men are beginning to find some serious momentum in the Premier League.

The Eagles have lost just two games this season - a total matched by Manchester City.

Considering Viera's men haven't conceded a goal in 205 minutes of soccer, you will be better off avoiding the win from behind market. Instead, it may be worth trying your luck in the outrights. As things stand, Palace are priced at a tasty 13/8.

Everton - win from behind

Everton, Gray, Townsend, Premier League, vs West Ham

Games played: 11

Wins: 4

Wins from behind: 2

Everton 3-1 Southampton (August 14, 2021)

Everton 3-1 Burnley (September 13, 2021)

Defeats: 4

Defeats from winning positions: 1

Everton 2-5 Watford (October 23, 2021)

Next opponent: Manchester City (A) - Sunday, November 21

Rafa Benitez has pulled off some miracles in his career but even Harry Houdini would struggle to get Everton a win away at Man City.

The Toffees are in dreadful form and they offer little hope of delivering in this market.

Save yourself some time (and money) and keep scrolling down the page…

Leeds United - win from behind

Leeds United's Diego Llorente celebrates scoring their side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at Elland Road, Leeds.

Games played: 11

Wins: 2

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 4

Defeats from winning positions: 1

Leeds 1-2 West Ham (September 25, 2021)

Next opponent: Tottenham (A) - Sunday, November 21

Leeds United are yet to win from behind this season - something we didn't expect to say 11 games into the new campaign.

Marcelo Bielsa's men are not firing on all cylinders but then again, neither are Tottenham.

Considering Leeds will be without their frontman Patrick Bamford, it may be best to stay clear of the Whites this weekend.

Leicester City - win from behind

Brendan Rodgers Leicester Oct21

Games played: 11

Wins: 4

Wins from behind: 1

Leicester City 4-2 Man Utd (October 16, 2021)

Defeats: 4

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Chelsea (H) - Saturday, November 20

Considering their defensive wobbles, Leicester may be forced to come from behind if they are to take any points from Chelsea.

The Foxes have conceded first in their last three games. Nevertheless, they still managed to salvage two points from losing positions against Spartak Moscow and Leeds.

Chelsea have only lost two games in all competitions this season but then again, their head-to-head record against Leicester isn't that great.

Brendan Rodgers and his men have won two of their last three encounters with the Blues and a comeback is certainly on the cards.

Liverpool - win from behind

Jordan Henderson congratulated by Jurgen Klopp

Games played: 11

Wins: 6

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 1

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Arsenal (H) - Saturday, November 20

No wins from behind. No defeats from winning positions. Liverpool are a bore when it comes to this market. But is that about to change?

This weekend they take on an Arsenal side who they haven't lost against at Anfield since 2012.

Considering the Gunners have significantly improved, you certainly wouldn't put a goal past them. But even if Arsenal grabbed one or two goals, you still couldn't rule out a Liverpool comeback - especially on home turf.

With that in mind, the Reds are one of our main teams to back in the win from behind market this weekend.

Manchester City - win from behind

Manchester City celebrate scoring in the Champions League

Games played: 11

Wins: 7

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 2

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Everton (H) - Sunday, November 21

There's a reason why Manchester City are yet to win from behind - it's because they've only conceded six Premier League goals this season.

With Everton in dire straits, a comeback win will not be necessary for Pep Guardiola and his men.

Seriously, you'd be much better off in the goals market. Check out the latest odds here.

Manchester United - win from behind

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is interviewed at the end of the Premier League match at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London.

Games played: 11

Wins: 5

Wins from behind: 1

West Ham 1-2 Man Utd (September 19, 2021)

Defeats: 4

Defeats from winning positions: 1

Leicester 4-2 Man Utd (October 16, 2021)

Next opponent: Watford (A) - Saturday, November 20

Manchester United may be in the midst of a poor run, but surely they can at least beat Watford without any mishaps… right?

This fixture hasn't provided a winner in the comeback market in over two decades and that's not expected to change.

Newcastle United - win from behind

New Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe

Games played: 11

Wins: 0

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 6

Defeats from winning positions: 2

Newcastle 2-4 West Ham (August 15, 2021)

Newcastle 2-3 Tottenham (October 17, 2021)

Next opponent: Brentford (H) - Saturday, November 20

Eddie Howe is back in the Premier League and his first task as Newcastle manager is finding a way past Brentford.

However, considering the Magpies are yet to register a win this season, they don't exactly fill us with much confidence in the comeback market.

Norwich City - win from behind

Norwich City celebrating a goal

Games played: 11

Wins: 1

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 8

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Southampton (H) - Saturday, November 20

Dean Smith is another man who will be making his debut this weekend.

The former Villa boss has taken the reins at Carrow Road and will be looking to dish out some revenge on Southampton.

It was a 1-0 loss against the Saints which inevitably led to his departure from Villa Park.

This is a fixture that has produced a high number of goals in the past - a key ingredient when it comes to the win from behind market.

The Canaries might be Premier League's bottom club but they're certainly worth consideration in this market.

Southampton - win from behind

Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl following the Premier League match at The Etihad Stadium, Manchester.

Games played: 11

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 3

Defeats from winning positions: 1

Everton 3-1 Southampton (August 14, 2021)

Next opponent: Norwich (A) - Saturday, November 20

Southampton come into this weekend's game with Norwich having gone four straight Premier League games without defeat.

Three of those games included 1-0 wins over Leeds, Watford and Aston Villa. However, considering that Norwich have begun to find the back of the net, Saints may need more than one goal to settle this encounter.

This might not be a showpiece fixture of the weekend but it's certainly one to watch in the win from behind market.

Tottenham - win from behind

Harry Kane speaking to Tottenham manager, Antonio Conte

Games played: 11

Wins: 5

Wins from behind: 1

Newcastle 2-3 Tottenham (October 17, 2021)

Defeats: 5

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Leeds (H) - Sunday, November 21

Antonio Conte will mark his home debut as Tottenham manager this weekend against Leeds.

This will be the 100th competitive encounter between both sides and the Italian boss will be desperate to make sure it's a memorable one.

However, with both teams offering little in the way of consistency, you might want to give it a miss with regards to the win from behind market.

Watford - win from behind

Watford manager Claudio Ranieri ahead of the game with Liverpool.

Games played: 11

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 1

Everton 2-5 Watford (October 23, 2021)

Defeats: 7

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: Manchester United (H) - Saturday, November 20

Claudio Ranieri has to contend with some serious injury issues as his side prepare for the visit of Manchester United.

The Red Devils might be out of form but the chances of a home victory this weekend are very slim.

What's more, the win from behind market has rarely delivered when these two sides have gone head-to-head.

West Ham - win from behind

David Moyes West Ham's third vs Liverpool Nov21

Games played: 11

Wins: 7

Wins from behind: 2

Newcastle 2-4 West Ham (August 15, 2021)

Leeds 1-2 West Ham (September 25, 2021)

Defeats: 2

Defeats from winning positions: 1

West Ham 1-2 Man United (September 19, 2021)

Next opponent: Wolverhampton (A) - Saturday, November 20

Champions League chasing West Ham have enjoyed a tremendous start to the season.

An impressive haul of seven wins from 11 games leaves them third in the standings - just three points away from leaders Chelsea.

If that wasn't enough, the Irons have a rich history in the win from behind market.

Their upcoming fixture against Wolves could be another one of those occasions. This is a game which has produced an abundance of goals over the years - a critical aspect when thinking about the possibility of comeback wins.

With that in mind, the Hammers are certainly worth a try.

Wolverhampton - win from behind

Wolves, Premier League, Manchester United, acca

Games played: 11

Wins: 5

Wins from behind: 1

Aston Villa 2-3 Wolves (October 16, 2021)

Defeats: 5

Defeats from winning positions: 0

Next opponent: West Ham (H) - Saturday, November 20

Wolves suffered their first defeat in five games when they fell to a 2-0 defeat against Crystal Palace last time out.

West Ham will provide another tough challenge but at least Bruno Lage's men can take encouragement from the fact they have won this fixture four of the last six times.

With regards to the win from behind market - you simply can't rule it out.

We recently saw Wolves come back from 2-0 down against Aston Villa. Clearly, they have it in them to turn things around when the going gets tough.

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