Ahead of the FA Cup final, the Arsenal star Theo Walcott has fired a warning towards the Gunners’ opponents for the big game at Wembley, Aston Villa. The speedy winger claimed that his side are impossible to play against whilst playing free-flowing football and has firmly set his sights on a win on Saturday night to cap off a good season and to provide an ideal platform for battling for bigger honours next season.
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As another intriguing premier league season draws to a close, the FA Cup final beckons as Arsenal prepare to take on Aston Villa on May 30th.
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After securing automatic qualification for next season’s Champions League but falling off the pace to pip Manchester City to second place, Arsenal welcome West Brom to the Emirates with nothing much to play for. Picking a starting eleven may prove to be a difficult task for Arsene Wenger as the Frenchman might want to rest some of his key players ahead of the FA Cup final against Aston Villa, whilst also knowing that a convincing win over the Baggies will give his Gunners’ side a massive boost for the big game at Wembley. So who should Wenger rest?
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With automatic qualification for next season’s Champions League all but secured despite the rather disappointing draw against Sunderland, Arsenal must now focus their attention on the FA Cup final against Aston Villa, and the Gunners midfielder Jack Wilshere has warned that the North London side must put things right in regards to form before the big game at Wembley.
Arsene Wenger has suggested that he will make one or two changes to the Arsenal starting line up for the Premier League home clash with Sunderland this evening, but with it being the second of three games in a week and looking at the injury situation, I think it will be more like three or four.
Arsene Wenger has given another Arsenal injury update ahead of this afternoon’s visit to Old Trafford, and it seems that Aaron Ramsey has shrugged off his knock sustained last week and is fit again 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?