Blow for Brighton as five stars to miss Arsenal clash

Arsenal are set to be boosted by the absence of five stars for Brighton, with key players Moises Caicedo and Alexis Mac Allister both on the missing list.

The Gunners returned to action with an impressive 3-1 win over West Ham on Boxing Day, helping us to maintain our lead at the top of the Premier League table, and our next challenge will come against the Seagulls on New Years Eve.

While we have most of our playing squad available for the clash, excluding Gabriel Jesus, our rivals woes run much deeper.

Roberto De Zerbi admitted that all of Danny Welbeck, Mac Allister, Caicedo, Adam Webster and Jakob Moder would all miss the trip to the Emirates tomorrow, as reported by the SussexExpress. Moises has been linked with a move to north London, but will not be able to enhance his reputation on Saturday when his side face us after picking up his fifth yellow card of the campaign against Southampton.

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8 Comments

  1. The Gunners should not rest on their ors to take for granted beating the reported Brighton’s team 5 key players injured and missing for their Epl home match against Arsenal tomorrow.
    For, Brighton having looked to have become our bogey team in as in as in many recent past games that they’ve played against Arsenal. When they unexpectedly had beaten us.
    The Gunners should therefore take their playing against the Seagulls in match at their backyard with every seriousness in them. And take on the Seagulls with it in the game to beat them. Irrespective of whatever be the resistant that they bring into the match to resist Arsenal from scoring to beat them.
    The Gunners should strive hard to give it whatever it’ll take and cost them to overcome the Seagulls in the match. By raising up their game and play level to a far superior level that’s above the level which the Seagulls have as offer in the game.
    Which of course the Gunners are more than capable of doing in the match to beat the Seagulls. Even if they turn up very well in the match. The Gunners should turn up far better than them to beat them. And beat them comprehensively in the match.

  2. While the absence of these key players gives us some advantage, we should take pride in team that beats any opponent at their best to be at the top of the log as we are than having to rely on luck

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