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Arsenal vs Newcastle: What to Expect?

Arsenal and Newcastle are set to meet today.

Arsenal vs Newcastle: What to Expect?

Arsenal and Newcastle are set to meet today. Arsenal have been going through a lot of manage-level problems and their footballers have also hit quite a snag at the football field as well. Conceding rather embarrassing defeats has been one of the most notable shortcomings of the team.

Newcastle are definitely no match for Arsenal who are quite prepared to continue with their modest winning streak. However, there is a lot to take into account right now. Arsenal have been struggling quite a hefty bit with their own game. The changes in management have not been beneficial for the team in the slightest by the looks of it.

Conversely, the game versus Newcastle is somewhat of a godsend. Faced with a rather weaker team, Arsenal may have finally a chance to consolidate a more convincing winning streak. There are some things to consider, though.

The Problems in Arsenal Are Many

Despite the positive track record of Arsenal in the last game or two, the team has been showing quite the breaches. And these omissions have been painfully evident of every aspect of the team’s game.

Start with the defenses – they have been flimsy at best. But flimsy is not always so bad. The games revealed the weakness in an apparent way so that the coaches can quickly see to it and patch any such breaches up. It’s not so difficult to do either!

However, Arsenal have been improving. But nobody is quite so certain if this will be enough. Not just yet.

Arsenal vs Newcastle Up Close

Saturday 3pm

Venue St James’s Park

Last season Newcastle 2 Arsenal 1

Referee Lee Probert

This season G2 Y9 R2 5.5 cards/game

Odds H 10-3 A Evens D 3-1

NEWCASTLE

Subs from Darlow, Schär, Murphy, Joselu, Ki, Muto, Sterry, Longstaff, Manquillo, Hayden, Atsu, Fernández

Doubtful Manquillo (calf), Rondón (match fitness), Yedlin (match fitness)

Injured Lejeune (knee, Apr)

Suspended None

Discipline Y7 R1

Form LDLL

Leading scorer Joselu 2

ARSENAL

Subs from Leno, Martínez, Lichtsteiner, Holding, Mavropanos, Guendouzi, Elneny, Mkhitaryan, Iwobi, Welbeck

Doubtful None

Injured Kolasinac (knee, Oct), Jenkinson (ankle, Nov), Koscielny (achilles), Maitland-Niles (leg, both Dec)

Suspended None

Discipline Y9 R0

Form LLWW

Leading scorers Aubameyang, Iwobi, Lacazette, Mkhitaryan, Monreal, Mustafi, Welbeck 1

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Rooting for the Rookies

 

Both teams have definitely a lot going right now. Arsenal are clearly struggling to maintain their game whereas Newcastle are obviously a team that has been down on their luck. But be that as it may, there are many merits to rooting for both.

Arsenal are clearly in a better financial situation, which will allow them to stay ahead of the game come what may, even if this season goes rather poorly. However, Newcastle need to pinch all the points they can get.

The team will have to muster quite the courage and skill to actually overcome an adversity such as Arsenal. Naturally, things are less than likely to go in favor of Newcastle, but here they are hoping – and it’s quite understandable why they do it. What will happen next, though is anyone’s guess.

We will support New Castle come what may and that’s the long and short of it.