MLS All-Stars will be looking to prove themselves against English and European giants Arsenal on Friday. The match will be broadcast live in the early hours of Friday on Sky Sports 2, with the American side having been selected via a voting process.
Arsenal take on a MLS All-Star team on July 27, which will include names such as Didier Drogba, Kaka and Andrea Pirlo.
The Gunners are on their way to Australia currently, where they will head to the Sydney to take on both Western Sydney Warriors and Sydney as part of their Australian tour, before jetting off to France, America and then Norway.
Match Preview: Arsenal v Aston Villa
Aston Villa are Arsenal’s last opposition of a truly disappointing 2015-16 Season, which had promised so much more for the Gunners. Although to be disappointed with Arsenal’s situation, you cannot help but think about how the fans of Aston Villa must feel right now!
Arsenal travel to the Etihad Stadium tomorrow to take on Manchester City, in what could have a huge effect on the race for the top-four.
This weeks game at the Etihad was always expected to be extremely crucial, but not so long it ago it was supposed to be a title decider between Arsenal and Man City. Pelligrini’s side lost to Southampton last week, probably because their minds were on last night Champions League decider against Real Madrid with a place in the Final of Europe’s greatest competition at stake.
Arsenal face relegation-threatened Norwich City at the Emirates tomorrow as we continue our fight to remain in the Champions League places. The Canaries are fighting for their lives so it will certainly not be easy, but, on the bright side, Arsene Wenger will have a full squad available for selection for the first time this season, except Alex-Oxlade-Chamberlain who is not quite match fit.
We travel to the Stadium of Light tomorrow to take on Sunderland, in what could be a huge game for both sides.
The Black Cats are scrapping for their Premier League life at present, with two of Norwich, Newcastle and Sunderland expected to drop down into the Championship. There is only two points separating the trio, although our weekend’s opponents have played a game less.
Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce is upbeat about his side’s chances this weekend, citing confidence from their win last week.
The Black Cats are currently sat in the relegation zone, but gave themselves a huge boost by beating Norwich City last week, leaving them only one point into the drop zone.