Mikel Arteta In Trouble Ahead Of The Crucial Match Against Liverpool Tonight.
By Professorfutball | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 1 views
Mikel Arteta is trying his best to make a good display managing Arsenal. However, setbacks seem to be following his path.
With 9 crucial Premier League fixtures remaining to finalise the season, the Gunners are in high demand for wins to make their way to the top 4 teams. They are currently at 9th position of the league standings with 42 points.
In their home game against Liverpool, Arsenal will miss the services of two key players; David Luiz with a knee injury and Granit Xhaka who is ill. Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka are also doubts to feature in the match. Oppositely, Jurgen Klopp's side attacking formation is complete with the return of Roberto Firmino.
Considering their last 4 head to head league encounters, Liverpool have won 3 while Arsenal have won only one. Mikel Arteta should find suitable and fruitful replacements for his missing players especially on the defense to avoid conceding more goals and lose the match against Liverpool tonight.
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