Arsenal are looking forward to welcoming Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium this weekend for Premier League game which is difficult one for both clubs. North London derby with a last season memory on Arsenal players mind. Especially after a defeat by Conte side made them miss out of Champions League qualification.
Now another opportunity for Arsenal to revenge but this time it's different as the Gunners are top of the table with 18 points after seven matches. Unfortunately for red's of London if Conte will win this fixture he goes above them in the table by one point.
Now with Arsenal recently playing with 4-3-3 formation having signed Zinchenko, Gabriel Jesus and Fabio Vieira who have as well been used regularly by Arteta. We take a look into how the Brazilian striker could help his team score goals to grab all three points in this fixture.
Firstly, when Gabriel Jesus is positioned in the penalty area he is exceptionally difficult to defend against. He will constantly be looking to play on the blind side of the defender and this allows him to drift into space.
And he will be able to attack the ball when it is played into the area with Martin Odegaard around him to offer support be will be a dangerous player to Spurs. Secondly, the former City ace has a tendency of dropping out of the penalty area in some moments.
He does this to look out for opportunities to pick up possession in the channels or even in the wide areas. This will force the two defenders making him to make a choice to follow him. And then leave space for Martin Odegaard or Saka to get into the penalty area. Or wait for the striker to receive the ball outside the box and play it to his team-mates.
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