Arsenal have been priced up by Planet Sport Bet at 11/1 to beat Manchester City on Saturday - the longest they have ever been to win a Premier League game.
It shows just how far they have fallen and means bookmakers think England winning the 2022 FIFA World Cup is a far greater possibility than the Gunners overcoming the reigning Premier League champions.
Planet Sport looks at the unlikely sporting outcomes that are still priced up shorter than three points for Mikel Arteta's men at the Etihad.
England to win the 2022 World Cup
Yes, they got to the semi-final last time out and yes, they got to the final of the European Championship but even the most one-eyed of England fans doesn't expect the Three Lions to triumph in Qatar. It's going to be hot - even in December - it's going to be in the middle of a busy Premier League season and it's going to be played in a reduced timescale of just 28 days.
England last won the World Cup 55 years ago and have never won it away from these shores - yet it is still considered more likely than victory for the Gunners at the weekend.
Liverpool to win the Champions League
They barely scraped a top-four spot in the Premier League last season and went out with a whimper in the last eight in 2020/21.
They have also got to get past a Paris Saint-Germain side which has added the best player in the world to their ranks, not to mention a Manchester City side who have splashed out £100million on one player in a bid to go one better this time around.
Nevertheless, Liverpool are still shorter than 11/1 to win this season's competition.
Brighton to finish inside the top six
They may have won their first two games but no one is seriously expecting Brighton to maintain their form and finish inside the top six are they?
Still, a quote of 6/1 for a top-six finish means backing Brighton would be a much safer bet than piling in on Arsenal on Saturday.
Cristiano Ronaldo to join Manchester City
Throw in Ronaldo's obvious allegiances to the red half of Manchester and you can see this is a no-goer.
But as ridiculous as Ronaldo joining Manchester City seems, it is still seen as a more likely occurrence than the three points leaving Manchester City on Saturday.
Ronnie O'Sullivan to win the UK Snooker Championship
Which Ronnie will turn up? Or, will Ronnie turn up?
Backing Ronnie O'Sullivan in any tournament is not for the faint-hearted.The best player in the world on his day, those days are getting fewer and fewer.
Is he going to be in the right frame of mind to grind it out with Mark Selby and then slug it out with Judd Trump? Nobody knows. But what Planet Sport Bet do know, is that they'd rather be along for the ride with Ronnie than trying to down Pep's men with the Gunners.
England to win the Ashes series
After they crumbled against India in the Second Test and with a batting line-up that starts at four and ends at four, not many are fancying England to triumph Down Under this winter.
And that's without considering their best bowler is nearing 40.
A record of nine defeats and one draw from their last ten matches in Australia doesn't do anything to help the confidence, either.
Still, it's a two-horse race and anything can happen, eh Arsenal fans?