Category Archives: Arsenal previews

Rotation? Wenger to ‘freshen up’ Arsenal team to face Man United

Arsene Wenger picks the same starting XI for five games in a row? Unheard of! Could he now be aiming for a sixth unchanged side after our listless display against Swansea?

Will Arsenal stick with Giroud against Man United?

Olivier Giroud has grown into his role as the main striker for Arsenal, and this season he finally broke the jinx that stopped him scoring against the big teams. He was on a brilliant scoring run since January but has how been barren for five games in a row, and his contribution in the last two matches against Chelsea and Swansea were minimal to say the least.

Wenger – A draw at Man United will be a GREAT result

Arsenal have maybe dropped our chances of finishing second after Monday’s defeat to Swansea, but now Wenger is eager for the Gunners to make a TOP THREE Place certain – by either getting a draw or a win at Old Trafford on Sunday. Not only will it give us the certainty of not having to play in the Champions League Qualifying Round, but it will also give us extra confidence for the Big Games coming next season.

Arsenal have questions to be answered v Man United….

Quite a few questions awaiting to be answered against United by Konstantin Mitov

So it’s Super Sunday with Man United v Arsenal at Old Trafford. Can we do it? Can we stop a terrible run of defeats at their place? We’ll know soon. A win will surely settle them in fourth, but a draw most likely will do the same.

Arsenal’s Ox aiming for Hat-Trick of Manchester wins

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may not be fit enough to face Man United on Sunday, but he was there in the starting XI when Arsenal had their hoodoo-breaking win in the FA Cup quarter-final two months ago. The youngster only managed 50 minutes before sustaining a hamstring injury and being replaced by Aaron Ramsey.

FULL Arsenal injury update ahead of Man United clash

If Alex Ferguson was still managing Man United he would be telling everyone it is “squeaky bum time” but Arsene Wenger has been in enough of these crucial end-of-season fixtures to know exactly how to prepare his players.

Danny Welbeck all set to destroy Man United again?

The ex-Man United winger Danny Welbeck has hardly set Arsenal fans’ pulsing racing since his arrival from Old Trafford, but he certainly pulled out all the stops when the Gunners beat his old club in the FA Cup quarter-final, scoring the winner in the 61st minute.

Arsenal MUST start quickly next season

Arsenal are mired in a dogfight for second place right now, but it could have all turned out so different if we had only been fresh and ready at the beginning of the season. Too many players came back tired from the World Cup and perhaps their weakness led to our glut of injuries, and Arsene Wenger thinks that the early games were where we lost the advantage to Chelsea.