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Arsenal played for a draw – And will be back on top by New Year!

Why Arsenal fans should be happy with the point, but not the performance

Scrappy and a bit boring to watch, but neither manager will feel too unlucky, by Hiatus

Arsenal pass “seasons toughest test” so far

About last night: A Monday Morning Review – By Xan

Hey what’s up Gunners! What an incredible game eh? I’ve decided that even though I’m still nursing an exceedingly excruciating hangover and blinking profusely due to the whiteness of the Microsoft word blank draft, I’ve considered it necessary to put in writing this article and comment on the game last night. In short, the game was “intense” and one that, even though we didn’t get the win, was indispensable and lesson worthy. And here are my reasons why.

Betting Preview for Fulham vs. Arsenal

With eight wins, two draws and just one defeat in the last 11 Premier League games, it is no surprise that Arsenal are clear favourites in the Betfair Premier League betting to beat Fulham at Craven Cottage tomorrow, so a basic Gunners win will only get you 3/4. However, Fulham have a decent record against Arsenal recently, with three draws and a win against us in the last four games.

Arsenal v Everton – Did Wenger play for a draw?

Did Arsene Play For A Draw? by Chunners

There were obvious hints in the Arsenal team selection against Everton that Arsene Wenger wanted to boss the midfield with a high work-rate. Arteta, Ramsey and Wilshere have had really low goal and assists stats this season, so it was likely we wouldn’t be getting too much of a goal threat from our midfield. But was this the whole point of the game? Did Wenger want to play for a draw?

Spurs v Arsenal Preview, Line-Up and Score Prediction

Tottenham vs Arsenal preview, match line up and score line prediction by KJ

This is arguably the biggest game of the season so far considering not only the rivalry between the two clubs but the context between it. We are 4 points off Tottenham who currently sit in the 4th spot and a win is imperative if we want to apply some real pressure to the likes of Chelsea and Tottenham.