Manchester United failed to beat Everton in the Premier League on Tuesday night, giving Arsenal an advantage in the race for the top four. The Red Devils hosted the blue side of Merseyside last night, as they looked to gain some impetus in the race to qualify for next season’s Champions League competition, but were unable to put the pressure on their rivals.
Arsenal lost to West Brom yesterday to leave themselves at risk of missing out on Champions League football for next season.
The Gunners lost 3-1 at the Hawthorns in Saturday’s early game, leaving them a huge 19 points behind Chelsea in the title race, but more importantly trailing Liverpool in fourth place by five with only one match in hand.
Arsenal have enjoyed all of Saturday’s Premier League results, and go into Sunday’s match as huge favourites to grab all three points, but something feels too good to be true…
The super-computer is claimed to have been fed the latest results and statistics, and decided that Arsenal will not be finishing in the Champions League places.
The Gunners have just fallen out of the top four thanks to Tottenham’s win over Chelsea last night, although that wouldn’t have been possible had we not succumbed to a 3-3 draw with Bournemouth on Monday.
There have been a few rumours about today which may or may not be confirmed in the near future surrounding Arsenal Football Club.
Reports coming out of France moved to claim that new contracts had been signed by two of our key players, with Francis Coquelin and Olivier Giroud said to have extended their stays in North London.
Arsene Wenger has been accused of travelling to Old Trafford with the intention of snatching a draw for Arsenal.
The Gunners took a point away from Manchester from the early game on Saturday, and will be happy with their return given the balance of the game was not in their favour.
Arsenal snatched a late equaliser against Manchester United yesterday afternoon, giving our rivals the lead for long enough for Rio Ferdinand to make himself look stupid.
The Red Devils took the lead through a 68th minute Juan Mata goal, and the former England and Manchester United star took to Twitter to boast the lead, only to be disgusted at the equaliser which followed.
Manchester United and England legend Gary Neville has poured water on Arsenal’s Premier League title credentials.
The Gunners can consider themselves lucky to have snatched a point away from their tie at Old Trafford today, having been dominated for much of the game.