If your significant other is an Arsenal fan, he or she is likely to cheat on you, according to a survey by GamblingDeals.com released on Wednesday September 23.
The North Londoners lead the way with infidelity cases at 22 percent followed by Chelsea and Manchester United not spared either at 19 percent and 18percent infidelity rate respectively.
Premier League champions Liverpool were rated 23 percent less likely to cheat on their partners, followed by south coast clubs Brighton and Hove Albion and Southampton at 21 percent and 16 percent respectively.
The study sought out to investigate and report which teams have the most – and least – faithful fans when it comes to their relationships.
Arsenal fans appeared to be the real Red Devils and sources who spoke to 254news.co.ke confirmed their Arsenal supporting spouses and significant others had cheated on them once or twice.
West Ham (11 per cent) and Leicester (ten per cent) are the only other clubs outside the top six to see results of ten per cent or more.
Manchester City is the only top six club to report below 10 percent at four percent infidelity rate, new boys Leeds United (back in the Premier League after 16 years) reporting an eight percent infidelity rate.
Amongst the study was Imogen, 27, from Hertfordshire, UK – who claimed via The Sun that she was not shocked by the results.
“I’m not surprised Arsenal are top cheaters.” claimed Imogen.
“I was with my boyfriend for a few years and unbeknown to me he was also in a four-month relationship with my best friend. They both kept it from me until one of our mutual friends asked me how my break up was going.
“I said we were still together and she said that my boyfriend and best friend had been going on dates, sleeping with each other.” she added.
Arsenal recorded their second win in quick succession at home to West Ham on Saturday September 19 and face the gargantuan test of their season against Liverpool at Anfield on September 28.
Liverpool go into Monday night’s game on the back of a 2-0 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday September 20. The Blues travel to the Hawthorns to face West Brom, albeit to shake off the defeat on Sunday to the champions, blamed solely on individual errors from goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga and Andreas Christensen, the latter sent off before the halftime break.
Beforehand Arsenal and Chelsea are in League Cup action against Leicester City (away) and Barnsley (home) respectively on Wednesday night.