Tottenham make the short trip across North London to take on Arsenal this weekend in the Premier League. A win for the hosts will see the Gunners move to within a single point behind our rivals, and bookmakers are struggling to split the pair. Arsenal’s home advantage sees them slightly shorter in the win-draw-win market, but you feel this could be a tough task.
Arsenal are currently in great form in the Premier League, turning things around since their thumping by Liverpool, but is their starting line-up doing enough?
The team is clearly playing very well at the moment, winning six of our last seven matches in all competitions, keeping five clean sheets in the process, but what is more interesting is that the current starting XI is possibly missing some of its better players.
Paul Merson has claimed that Danny Welbeck has to start against Chelsea, as he is the only Arsenal player ‘that causes them problems’.
The England international has started in our last two encounters with the Blues, in which we came away with wins in the FA Cup final and Community Shield, and Merson believes he is key in hurting today’s opponents.
Danny Welbeck has been plagued by injury since he joined from Manchester United in 2014, but ended the season well for Arsenal, and we could be blessed by his ability next term.
The forward has shown glimpses of serious talent over the years, but just as he hits top gear, he has fallen foul of injury previously.
Danny Welbeck is claimed to be of interest to Galatasaray this summer, but should Arsenal consider his sale?
The striker joined the Gunners from Manchester United for a reported £16 Million three years ago, and has been in-and-out of the first-team ever since.
Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck returned from injury this month, and marked his first start of the campaign with two goals.
The former Manchester United youth product has spent a huge chunk of the last two terms on the sidelines thanks to injuries, and their was worries over how long it could take him to return to form.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed his surprise at how well Danny Welbeck has hit the ground running in the first-team.
The England international made his first start of the campaign, having been absent with a knee injury, and nailed that comeback with a first-half brace as well as an assist.
Arsenal made a large number of changes to their starting line-up for the trip to Southampton today, but Arsene Wenger clearly has no doubts over his selection after the opening 45.
The team started brightly creating a reasonable number of chances, and before you knew it, they were ahead!