A big night awaits football aficionados as Manchester United will take on Arsenal in a match that is crucial to the Champions League dreams of both teams.
Arsenal earned three crucial points as Robert Huth's own goal propelled them to a 1-0 victory over Leicester City.
At this midway juncture of a truly fascinating Premier League Season, Arsenal would look to give their fans some holiday cheer with an emphatic victory over newly-promoted Bournemouth. The Gunners were destroyed clinically by Southampton on Boxing Day and, with no team in the Premier League displaying the consistency Title winners require, would look to get back to winning ways.
Arsenal FC entertain Chelsea FC in a fixture that could decide how early the visitors are crowned champions of Premier League. Though the Blues currently enjoy a ten-point cushion, Paul Merson believes that Jose Mourinho will likely be on the back-foot in the London derby. Jose Mourinho, despite making Chelsea play expansive football early on in this campaign, has now got back to his basics as the Stamford Bridge side are seen playing defensive football more often than not. Speaking to Sky Sports, the former Arsenal striker stated that the Portuguese manager would make life difficult for the Gunners when his side visit Emirates Stadium this weekend. “Tactically, Mourinho can go somewhere and make it very difficult and Arsenal have that tendency to shoot themselves in the foot if it is tight and Chelsea are defending well. Last week, Chelsea had thirty per cent of the play at home but Manchester United never looked like scoring. “ He feels that […]
Arsenal sit second in the Premier League table and are ten points behind leaders Chelsea, whom they entertain at Emirates Stadium this weekend. With only six games left to be played, there is only a little that the Gunners could do to pip their city rivals for the title.
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After ensuring passage to the fourth round of FA cup, Arsenal now welcome the Latics to Ashburton Grove on Saturday. Can the Gunners get a win against Martinez's men this time around?