Ndidi on Arsenal “I think we can get something out of the game”

It may sound like a cliche to say that ‘anyone can beat anyone’ in the Premier League, but perhaps it should be called a ‘truism’ instead, considering the shock results that have been registered in the last few seasons.

Now the Arsenal v Leicester game tomorrow is probably one of those impossible to predict games considering the Foxes have been flirting with the Top Six in recent seasons, but with Arsenal’s expensive summer additions added to the fact that Leicester have not managed to bring in any new faces, must surely make the Gunners hot favourites to maintain their winning run.

But the Leicester midfielder Wilfred Ndidi doesn’t believe the result is so cut and dried: “Every game is a difficult game – home or away – as long as you’re playing any team in the Premier League.” he told Leicester’s official website. “It just depends on your tactics and is based on what you are going to present in the game and the way you go about it.

“I think it’s one of those games where you go there, and anything can happen. If we stick to our tactics and then do everything properly, I think we can get something out of the game.

“It was a good win for them (vs. Palace), and I think they’ll have the confidence now. So, it’s just for us now to look for our confidence. If we can get something out of this one, it is very good for the confidence moving forwards.

“Of course, Arsenal is a big team. As players, we know every game we want to achieve a certain goal. We have our aims this season also and for every game we know we have to do our best to get something out of it. So, I think it’s another game that we look forward to and see what comes out of it.”

It sounds to me like Ndidi is trying to get his team-mates to keep their heads up and trying to persude them they have a chance to get some points tomorrow, especially as Brendan Rodgers sounded very worried about the game!

To be honest though, even Ndidi doesn’t sound very convincing! Easy three points for Arsenal?


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  1. Of course Leicester can get something out of the game away to the Gunners.
    0 goals scored.
    0 points gained.
    Nice idea though Ndidi. 8-))…

  2. Tielemans to put in a lazy performance or try to impress. He’s fully capable of doing both. Which is why I would avoid signing him.

  3. For white paper legends here, I give this game, both teams to score and arsenal to score both halves

  4. Arsenal will go into the game with confidence and will try to win the game. Any suggestion that this should be an easy three points is unnecessarily hubristic.

  5. Definitely a clean sheet for Arsenal if SALIBA starts.
    But for Ndidi’s ability to break up play and work his socks off, I would have gone for a very high scoreline. This is the kind of game where everybody is getting on the scoresheet. 3:0 to the Arsenal, comfortable 3points. Won’t be surprised to see that scoreline at the end of first half. JESUS scores his debut goal today.

  6. This one has goals written all over it, Roggers thinks that too, just hope he won’t be too cagey

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