Arsenal limped over the line to win their final match under the guidance of Arsene Wenger today, with Huddersfield refusing to roll over despite having little to play for.
Arsene Wenger has named his final starting line-up for today’s match against Huddersfield in the Premier League, and we have named an attacking side.
Matt Macey has gotten a call-up to the playing squad for the match, while the likes of Jack Wilshere and Petr Cech will miss out on the festivities for the final match of the season.
Arsene Wenger is set to walk onto a football pitch as Arsenal manager for the last time after 22 years in charge as they travel to Huddersfield for the final match of the 2017/18 campaign.
The Frenchman will likely have his final starting XI selected bar any last minute injuries, and it will certainly be an emotional evening for fans and players alike.
Arsenal are flying at home this season and have won an amazing 11 League games in a row at the Emirates, and I really can’t see that changing this evening. With a game every 3 days until the New Year I thought Wenger would be doing some of his famous rotation magic, but Le Prof has made it clear that every point is like gold dust at the moment and will be playing his best team available.
Arsenal play host to Premier League newboys Huddersfield Town tonight, the first league meeting between the sides in 45 years.
There is a full Premier League fixture list scheduled for midweek, and Arsenal boss Wenger may opt to rotate some players as they host Huddersfield on Wednesday.
The Terriers were unlucky to succumb to defeat at the hands of Premier League leaders Manchester City on Sunday, and have proved that they are certainly no slouches, but it remains to be seen whether their squad can handle playing twice in short succession.