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Au Revoir Arsene, Merci pour les souvenirs – Arsenal v Burnley Preview

Arsenal vs. Burnley preview   So it’s Arsene’s last home game at Arsenal. There will be a party atmosphere, but then this will be a preview as much as it is a celebration of his tenure. As for the game, it’s pretty much the sixth-place play-off final. Burnley, whilst a “small club”, can finish above […]

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Can the Gunners get out of their slump, or are we in for another disappointment? – Brighton preview

We visit Brighton today as the search for some semblance of form goes on. I have to admit it’s been quite a while since I’ve felt this down before writing a preview. Possibly it compares to the events of 2016, when, after beating Leicester, we went on to lose to United and and Swansea. Right […]

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So come on you Gunners. Make us all proud again – Carabao Cup final preview

It’s amazing to think that, despite the atrocious season we are having, some saving grace is still possible. Yet, going into today’s game, it’s exactly where we are. While the Europa League as a possible scalp for Arsene Wenger’s side remains a remote possibility for now, the League Cup final can provide some balm for […]

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Will Ramsey return and push Jack upfield or will we see AMN in midfield today?

The trip to the south coast in on the cards for the Gunners and it presents Arsene Wenger’s men with a chance to finally win a league game and somewhat improve their away record in the process. Last year’s game was absolute bonkers. Eddie Howe’s men expertly capitalized on our slow start and susceptibility to […]

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Olivier Giroud should get the nod as Gunners aim to stop the road rot: West Ham preview

In a few short hours we take on West Ham and it’s fair to say this game doesn’t look nearly as straightforward as it did two weeks ago. Back then we have battered Huddersfield at home while West Ham was at the wrong end of a pasting at Goodison Park. This in itself tells you […]

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Momentum of Back Four or Solidity of Three for St Mary’s? That is the Question!

It’s a visit to St. Mary’s today, and it marks the beginning of a somewhat simpler run of fixtures for the Gunners. Our only top 6 team this calendar year is going to be Liverpool on December 22. The we face Chelsea on January 3, with games against Palace and West Brom sandwiched in-between. Spurs […]

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Time for Lucky 13 and for Arsenal to sink Mourinho’s Bus again

We host Manchester United today in a bid to secure a 13th consecutive league win at home – which will equal our all-time record. Suffice to say our chance to do so couldn’t have come against a nicer manager. However poor Arsene’s overall record against Jose is, there are quite a few bits and bobs […]

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Will Arsene spring a surprise as Spurs meet their demise? – North London Derby preview

Morning folks, It’s the North London derby day and, despite losing just two weeks ago, I can’t help but feel optimistic regarding our chances. In part this optimism is down to a good recent home record. The Gunners have won 10 league games in a row at the Emirates – setting a personal record in […]

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Back to 4231 and Giroud to hit his Ton as the The Baggies visit The Emirates

Howdy. We face West Brom today, in what will round off gameweek 6. This fixture marks the beginning of an easier 5-match run for the Gunners: after the Baggies we face Brighton, Watford, Everton and Swansea. There’s potential to rack up some points here and get back on track. But first we need to overcome […]

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Monreal back to the left with Koscielny returning and Rob Holding his place for Stoke

To the Mordor we go today, and it’s fair to say I’d prefer most other places to Stoke at a crucial time like this. But beggars can’t be choosers. A win will put us within a point of Liverpool, who visit the Hammers on Sunday, heaping pressure in Klopp’s men to perform. I do not […]

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