If ever a side embodied the phrase ‘hit-and-miss’ it’s Everton. The Toffees are as capable of beating Chelsea and holding Liverpool to a draw as they are of losing to Watford and Newcastle, oft times within the same three of four-week period. And it’s that quality chief among all others that Arsenal must be wary … Continue reading Everton vs Arsenal: Gunners can strike huge blow in top four bid but must not throw caution to the wind
Arsenal put down a marker with victory over Manchester United on Sunday but the hard work is only just beginning as the battle for the top four enters the home straight. Toughing out a win over a lively United side at the Emirates saw the Gunners seize a big opportunity to pressurise their Premier League … Continue reading Arsenal 2 Manchester United 0: The hard work begins NOW for the Gunners as they pump up top four push
Arsenal have confirmed re-arranged dates for three upcoming Premier League fixtures. Our trips to Everton, Watford, and Leicester in April have been selected by Sky Sports for TV coverage. The details are below: Everton v Arsenal Sunday, April 7 (originally Saturday, April 6) Kick-off: 2.05pm Live on: SKY SPORTS Watford v Arsenal Monday, April 15 … Continue reading Arsenal confirm rearranged dates for three upcoming Premier League fixtures
Although it’ll be a match played out in the comforts of home, I don’t expect Sunday’s visit of Southampton to be easy for Arsenal. A decent all-round victory on Thursday against BATE Borisov allowed the Gunners the chance to build a little momentum but, in truth, it won’t have too much bearing on how the … Continue reading Arsenal vs Southampton: Let’s see some method in the madness
Dynamism was the dish of the day at the Emirates on Saturday as Arsenal powered their way to victory over Chelsea in the Premier League. Stung by an abject effort at West Ham last week, Arsenal fans were looking for a reaction from the team and the XI who took to the pitch provided it, … Continue reading Arsenal 2 Chelsea 0: Gunners take aim at top four with gritty win
Inch over the line as Arsenal did against Cardiff on Saturday, it did feel as though the Gunners made progress at last in their efforts to move into a new era. The progress may have been microscopic in relative terms but progress it was, even if the way the match played out bore a lot … Continue reading Arsenal hoping slow and steady will win the race as they edge past Cardiff
Unlike most, I certainly do not begrudge Arsenal the slice of good fortune they enjoyed in last night’s must-win match against Leicester. Why anyone would is beyond me, but in order to pick up wins and go on runs in the Premier League, any and every team needs moments of good fortune along the way, … Continue reading Arsenal v Leicester: Why would any fan begrudge their team a slice of good fortune?
As the season marches on into its final few weeks, the pressure on teams to get results ramps up another few notches. While expectations that Arsenal may mount a late bid for the top four are especially low this year, it is crucial the team at least continues the fight until the very last day … Continue reading Arsenal v Leicester: Gunners face battle to keep mini-revival going
If the Premier League dished out points based on performances alone Arsenal would have gone the entire month of November without a win. But, as it happens, the Premier League is all about results and it was Arsenal’s superior quality in front of goal that made the difference against Bournemouth on Sunday as we picked … Continue reading Will win over Bournemouth allow Arsenal the chance to push on over festive period?
I’ve always found that the week leading up to the North London derby drains you of a small part of your soul, torturing you with a combination of angst and uncertainty. There will always be those fans who are convinced that their team will win, however improbable that may be, just as there are those … Continue reading Opportunity knocks for Arsenal as out-of-sorts Tottenham side prepare for Emirates visit