Arsenal v Tottenham – CONFIRMED line-ups with Koss back!

We are now entering the the final countdown to our home game against Tottenham, and the starting line-up has now been confirmed. As I was hoping for in my pre-game preview, Laurent Koscielny is back in the side to shore up the defence. I certainly feel more confident with this great bit of news. Per Mertesacker just doesn’t have the same understanding with Gabriel.

So the team turns out exactly as I predicted, and I am very happy about that as it definitely the strongest side we have available…

Cech, Debuchy, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Campbell, Ozil, Sanchez, Giroud.

If only Bellerin was back as well, then I would be even more confident…

Tottenham have also named their side, also with few surprises, although I’m glad new signing Son Heung-min is left on the bench

Lloris, Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Alli, Dier, Dembele, Eriksen, Lamela, Kane.

There is nothing left for us to do but start cheering the Gunners as soon as they come out on the pitch and all the way to the end, when Tottenham’s unbeaten run is left in tatters, and the ARSENAL are top of the League!

(Man City are still stood at 0-0 with just 3 minutes of injury time remaining! Ooops City just hit the bar… Come on Villa!

YES The Villains hang on for a 0-0 draw. Now we really can go into the international break at the summit of the Premier League.

Come on you Gunners!!!!

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    1. I am starting to f’n hate Debuchy with his diving. He rather stays on the ground than win back possession (something Bellerin NEVER does).

  1. Arsenal “title” contender bench:

    Backup goalie, 3 defenders, 2 defensive midfielders, 1 U21 winger with 1 start to his name.

    Who’s fault is this?

  2. Stubborn old man, just buy 2 players in january man. There will always be in juries in this club and we have no bench

      1. Just means we scrape 1 point instead of getting none. Doesn’t change the fact we have a poor squad.

        Better than nothing but not trail blazing..

      1. Yeah he really whipped them in there, thats what you need to do with OG, Campbell should of crossed more when he had a few good chances

  3. A draw was always a decent result after a midweek hammering. Plus, it brings us back to reality which shows we have a weak squad. Great first team, and normal subs bench, but too many injuries leaves us short.

    So for those reasons I believe a draw against a solid Spurs was always a good result. Of course nicking the win would be ideal, but in a perverse way we need to be honest and strengthen our overall squad with injury proof players..

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