Arsenal are looking forward to a very tough encounter with former boss Emery. At Emirates Stadium these Thursday. Gunners will without doubt play these match under a lot of pressure. And will be desperate to win the match due to the fact that.
That's the only way out to European football next season. Failure to win the competition these season. It's a clear new record by the Spaniard in charge. As the club will be missing European football, at Emirates Stadium for the first time in 25 years.
Arteta has injuries to David Luiz, Kieran and Lacazette going into these fixture. However there is some good news to the Arsenal fans, at least as per Football.london. Arsenal have announced plans to welcome back 10,000 fans into Emirates Stadium.
When Arteta's men take on Brighton in their final premier league match. However these will solemnly depend on UK's Government, easing of the lockdown. If it all goes through then fans will make a return to Emirates Stadium for the first time in six months.
However on contrary Arteta may still be on the receiving end. Despite fans presence in the Stadium which, is supposed to bring a different feeling. These is due to the fact if he loses against Villarreal. Tha automatically leads to Arsenal missing out, on European football next season.
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