After the Emirates Stadium defeat, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta hinted at the mistakes they did to deserve the 'slap' from Brighton. He is now determined to correct the mistakes in the remaining matches. His team has to make it back to the champions league next season as this is their main target this season.
The champions league spot in the EPL table slip off from them after losing two matches consecutively in March. The Gunners need the golden position back as soon as possible.
They will respond by attacking when they concede a goal. Attacking will be the most improved part of the lineup as they need to increase their goal difference. In the process of scoring, they will be having control of the game and most probably win.
The North Londoners will have a set mind. Lossing Partey and Tierney was a blow to them when connected to the defeats and their manager is currently changing their mind from the past to the future. They will be focused on performing and the rhythm of their play will be great.
Mikel Arteta is likely to invest more in tactical speed. He noticed that the men were not keeping pace with losing the opponents that's why they found themselves in the defending mode. His men will be able to pressure opponents and the team will be able to take match control.
Arsenal players are set to compete with each other for lineup pickup. It won't be a surprise to see a new player in the starting, lineup. Also, you might see the men playing positions they never played before. Arsenal has become good at doing that and will probably be their way of playing till the end of this season.
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