Here we have our usual “View from the Enemy” ahead of our big London derby against Chelsea this weekend. Arsenal haven’t beaten Chelsea in our last nine League meetings and we certainly don’t want to make that ten on Wenger’s anniversary of 20 years at Arsenal. Although Chelsea have a good recent record against us, the fact is that they have only been playing catch-up, as Wenger’s overall record against our neighbours reads as 19 wins, 19 defeats and 16 draws. Maybe Wenger will make it 20 wins on his 20th anniversary?
Nicklas Bendtner is set to take on former club Arsenal tonight in the third round of the League Cup, and manager Arsene Wenger has been discussing his recent move.
Arsenal travel to the City Ground to take on the famous Nottingham Forest tonight, in what should be an open encounter.
We are expected to make a few changes for the match-up, with a number of squad members expected to get run-outs, and the game should be very attacking.
I guess you could see this last week as a positive one for Arsenal. The results have certainly been respectable, with a win over Southampton in the Premier League followed by a potentially vital draw away to Paris Saint-Germain in Europe thanks to a late strike from Alexis Sanchez and some inspired keeping from David Ospina.
Arsenal travel to the KC Stadium today to take on Hull FC, and we can not afford to take our opponents lightly.
The Tigers come into the game having only been beaten by a very late goal by Manchester United, and will be somewhat confident of earning a point from today’s game.
Arsenal are in the French capital of Paris today as they prepare to take on Paris Saint-Germain in their opening Champions League group game.
We have had doubts over the fitness of Laurent Koscielny, but Arsene Wenger appeared to reveal that he would be able to feature tonight, which will be a huge boost to have our August Vitality Player of the Month available.
Despite a rocky start PSG is Arsenals biggest test yet! by KM
Hello everyone! Champions league time! And we were awarded french champions PSG which in fairness is not the worst draw we could’ve had. They lost Ibrahimovic, and replaced him with Jese, who’s already struggling to find a place in the squad and rumours suggest he is unhappy for being a sub.
Claude Puel has seen his new Southampton side struggle to only gain one point from the first three games of the season, but he believes his team is better than that and will give Arsenal a run for their money in Saturday’s game at the Emirates. “It’s a difficult game for us, but it will also be difficult for Arsenal because we have plenty of qualities in our team,” Puel told saintsfc.co.uk.