The yearly grudge matches against Stoke City always stir up the emotions in Arsenal fans and players alike, especially the ones that were around five years ago to see that horrific tackle on Aaron Ramsey, but the simple fact is that this is the fifth Premier League game of the new season and Arsenal have [.
Arsene Wenger and just about every single Arsenal player has come out and forecast that the Gunners are definitely improving enough to be real challengers for all the major trophies next season, and there is absolutely NO doubt that we will quickly become one of the favourites if Wenger brings in more quality players this [.
So the big day is finally here and we will all be glued to our TVs in a couple of hours, except for the lucky ones that actually get to the game, or even watch it live at the Emirates. I am not so lucky but I am really confident of getting an easy win [...]
Just as Arsenal always give their fans palpitations right until the end of individual games, they are also keeping us on tenterhooks regarding our finishing position in the League. Tomorrow's match against Man United could go a long way to allay our fears if we can take something away at the end of it.
The Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has been hugely impressive this term, highlighted by his inclusion in SkySports Team of the Season So Far, picked at the mid-way point in the season. His performances in the two previous seasons with the Saints has also proved that he is ready to play at a higher level.
It looks like the Southampton star Morgan Schneiderlin has now played his last game for the South Coast club after injuring himself in the 2-2 draw with Tottenham this weekend, and his manager Ronald Koeman has revealed that it is the player's decision as to where he wants to go this summer. "Morgan will be [.
The Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has made it clear that he will be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer, and, according to a report in todays Mirror, he has decided that he DEFINITELY going to either Arsenal or Paris St Germain. They say that Cech would prefer to stay in London where he has lived for [.
Whether you believe in fortune or just think that it is a coincidence when things go for or against you or your football club, it has to be said that Arsenal have been on the wrong end of it in recent years. Even in the first half of this season everything seemed to be going [...]
Ray Parlour, Arsenal legend turned TV Pundit, is looking forward to next weekend's North London Derby, and although he knows that Spurs are in great form he still believes the Gunners can take all three points away from White Hart Lane. He told SportLobster: "Who's coming out on top in the North London derby?
Arsenal managed to scrape through to the next round of the FA Cup against Brighton yesterday, while Chelsea, Man City, Tottenham and Southampton were all eliminated the day before, and both Man United and Liverpool are left to fight out replays. This means that there are fewer big dangers to Arsenal retaining the trophy in [.
Arsenal followed up their late win over Crystal Palace last weekend by labouring to a goalless draw in Istanbul in their Champions League qualifier first leg and now face a tough trip to Goodison Park on Saturday evening. The bookmakers appear to have overreacted to Arsenal's draw in Turkey and at 13/8 they look decent [.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Stoke City vs. Aston Villa: Everything here points to a low-scoring match with 13th-place Stoke City (7-13-11) seeing 20 of its 31 games in the English Premier League go under the total heading into this home fixture against the Claret and Blue.