Category Archives: Arsenal previews

Wenger’s final farewell team confirmed! Huddersfield to face this Arsenal XI

Arsene Wenger has named his final starting line-up for today’s match against Huddersfield in the Premier League, and we have named an attacking side.

Matt Macey has gotten a call-up to the playing squad for the match, while the likes of Jack Wilshere and Petr Cech will miss out on the festivities for the final match of the season.

Huddersfield v Arsenal Match Preview, Line-up and Score prediction – Wenger’s Gunners to fire one last time?

Arsene Wenger is set to walk onto a football pitch as Arsenal manager for the last time after 22 years in charge as they travel to Huddersfield for the final match of the 2017/18 campaign.

The Frenchman will likely have his final starting XI selected bar any last minute injuries, and it will certainly be an emotional evening for fans and players alike.

Forget Wenger – Arsenal simply need to win an away game

There may be absolutely nothing riding on Arsenal’s game at Huddersfield this afternoon, except for the fact that Arsene Wenger would hate to be leaving the club with the most unprecedented record of eight consecutive away defeats in the Premier League.

Leicester v Arsenal Match Preview, Line-up & Score Prediction – Holiday mode?

Arsenal make the trip up to the King Power Stadium this evening to take on Leicester City, although there is little left to play for.

Tonight’s opponents have looked as if their minds have been on holiday for well over a month now, picking up just the one point in their last five matches, conceding seven goals without reply in their last two league outings.

Arsene Wenger’s final Emirates line-up confirmed!

Arsene Wenger will step out onto the pitch for a home Premier League encounter today, and the team who will accompany him has finally been confirmed, as we look to cement ourselves in sixth spot in the division.

Arsenal boss must consider these three keys to succeed in Madrid

Arsenal travel to the Spanish capital to take on giants Atletico Madrid tonight, but what do we have to do to achieve what many pundits and fans alike are ruling out?

Arsenal simply must believe they can beat Atletico Madrid

We can and must believe we can beat Atletico! by Konstantin Mitov

The final meaningful game of the season has come. We go to Madrid needing a win or a high scoring draw to progress against a side which has conceded just 18 goals in La Liga and only 3 in the Europa League.