Category Archives: Arsenal previews

Arsenal have the arrogance to KNOW we will win!

Reading may not be the hardest opponents in the world for Arsenal to face today, especially on form and history, but the Gunners also know that last year Wigan took us right down to the wire before going through to the Final on penalties.

MY Arsenal team to beat Reading…. What’s yours?

For today’s FA Cup game against Reading, here’s the Arsenal team I would play by Seetsuma

Debuchy Gabriel Koscielny Monreal
Coquelin Ramsey
Welbeck Walcott Sanchez

On the bench: Ospina, Gibbs, Bellerin, Diaby, Ozil, Cazorla, Giroud

Coquelin warns Arsenal about “Tough” Reading

Francis Coquelin may now be the lynchpin of Arsenal brilliant recent run, but it seems strange to think that just a few months ago he was playing in the Championship with Carlton, therefore he is the only Gunner with first-hand experience against Reading this season.

Wenger admits he is impressed with Raheem Sterling

Arsenal have been linked with a summer move for Liverpool’s contract rebel Raheem Sterling for some time, and Wenger did not stop the rumours when he did NOT deny there would be a bid for the England international in the run up to the Liverpool match. Wenger said: “I do not want to speak about any move. We are not in a transfer period, we are in front of a big game.

Arsenal v Reading – Form and History Point to Just ONE Result!

I don’t normally look at the history books ahead of Arsenal’s fixtures because we all know that records are made to be broken. Form is also easily turned on its head, especially in Cup games, but when it comes to our record in matches against Reading FC I was astounded at the way Arsenal have completely dominated them over the years.

Arsenal are more prepared for this year’s semi-final

Arsenal are going to Wembley on Saturday for their second FA Cup semifinal in as many years, and Per Mertesacker has been comparing the attitude of the squad ahead of both games. Last years game against Wigan turned out to be a lot more difficult than expected and the Gunners only went through on penalties in the end, but Mertesacker feels that this year things should be a little easier. “We felt [pressure] last season a lot,” he told “No one expected us to lose, for Wigan to go through and that will be the case again.

Arsenal boss – “We will continue to improve” next season

Not many Gooners could imagine Arsenal being as high as second in the League right now after our disastrous start to the season. Our usual horrendous injury list also disrupted the first half of our season, but since then we have gradually got our act together.

How Arsenal WILL win the Premier League!

The Gunners are now four points from the top of the table, and if their bums start squeaking then Arsenal are poised to make them suffer at the end of the season. How is that going to happen?