Arsenal v West Ham Preview | Team News & Key Players

Arsenal v West Ham Preview | Team News & Key Players

While Arsenal's focus may be on the Europa League at this point, the Gunners will come out with as much will to win as is humanly possible after the announcement that Arsene Wenger will step down at the end of the season. The emotions will be high in the stands and in the players. The Europa League is, rightfully, the main focus for the rest of the season, but every last game under Wenger will be a must win. West …
Newcastle United v Arsenal Preview | Team News, Key Players & Prediction

Newcastle United v Arsenal Preview | Team News, Key Players & Prediction

Newcastle have come alive at just the right time. The Toon have won three matches in a row moving them into the top half of the table and 10 points off relegation with six matches to play. This hot streak has comfortably pushed Rafa Benitez's men out of the relegation picture and into the safety of mid-table. At this point, Benitez's side can relax, but they would love a win against Arsenal to push them over the 40 point mark. …
Arsenal v Watford Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Arsenal v Watford Preview | Team News, Stats & Key Men

Arsene Wenger's Arsenal entertain a Watford side on the up on Sunday at the Emirates as the two clubs look to put their dismal Premier League record with a positive result in the weekend. For Arsenal, this has been a typical week. After losing at the Amex stadium - home to Brighton and Hove Albion in the league, the Gunners produced a very good collective performance to take down AC Milan by two goals to nil at the San Siro. …
Arsenal vs Manchester City | Carabao Cup Final Preview

Arsenal vs Manchester City | Carabao Cup Final Preview

After an embarrassing performance in the Europa League on Thursday, Arsenal have to bounce back immediately to face off against England's best team, Manchester City, in the Carabao Cup final.  The Gunners have had a disappointing season so far, but being able to add another trophy to their cabinet would be a bright spot in a season that continues to look like it will be devoid of happiness.  They lost at Wembley Stadium for the first time in nine appearances …
Where do Aubameyang and Mkhi leave Arsenal?

Where do Aubameyang and Mkhi leave Arsenal?

Once it was realised Alexis Sanchez would not be an Arsenal player by the end of the window, it was all doom and gloom and once it became clear Man Utd was the destination, it seemed to be even worse. To lose their best player to Jose Mourinho of all people seemed to just make the situation worse. But to replace him with Henrikh Mkhitaryan now was probably the best deal they were ever going to get, considering Sanchez' attitude …
Analysing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Rumoured Move to Arsenal

Analysing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Rumoured Move to Arsenal

Arsenal are making major moves in the January transfer window, but their actions have been motivated by necessity rather than ambition. That said, their supporters will be encouraged by the business being carried out at the Emirates Stadium. Henrikh Mkhitaryan has already signed for the Gunners in a straight swap deal with Alexis Sanchez. It is a blow to lose the Chilean, but it was expected and it is a good deal for the club, as they are getting a …
How Chelsea Can Start Preparing for Life After Diego Costa

How Chelsea Can Start Preparing for Life After Diego Costa

The Premier League champions have made great strides under Antonio Conte and they were the deserved winners of the 2016-17 league campaign. Conte has certainly made his mark on the squad and he made a number of changes last season, including switches in formation and personnel. Victor Moses and Marcos Alonso became important figures in the starting XI and David Luiz's return was capped off by a brilliant campaign. N'Golo Kante slotted into the midfield with ease and picked up …
Europa League Report: Borussia Dortmund 3-0 Tottenham Hotspur

Europa League Report: Borussia Dortmund 3-0 Tottenham Hotspur

Borussia Dortmund’s Signal Iduna Park is renowned for its raucous atmosphere and this Europa League round of 16 first leg was no exception. The ‘Yellow Wall’ were in full voice for a near full-strength Dortmund; however, Mauricio Pochettino elected to rest half his stars, seemingly heavily prioritising the Premier League, despite what is up for grabs in this tournament. The match started at a very good pace, with Dortmund quickly establishing their dominance and within the opening seven minutes a …