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Arsenal v Hull Odds : 3/1 to score a header proving popular at Emirates

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arsenal-giroudArsenal are seen as 2/9 favourites by William Hill to defeat a Hull side growing in confidence following their shock win at Anfield on Sunday, as the firm reports their 3/1 on offer for Arsenal to score a header is attracting plenty of support from customers this week.

Arsenal will know that they will need to do a professional job against Hull City on Wednesday night if they are to keep a comfortable gap at the top of the Premier League.

The Gunners managed to maintain their four point gap over Chelsea over the weekend with an impressive 3-0 win against Cardiff in Wales.

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It’s likely that Arsene Wenger will rotate several players for the game against Hull in a bid to keep players fresh over the next few weeks meaning that the likes of Theo Walcott and Tomas Rosicky could start at The Emirates.

They are likely to come in for the likes of Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla who have both struggled this season with niggling injuries that have hampered both their form and fitness all season long.

After scoring a brace on Saturday, Aaron Ramsey is likely start once again for The Gunners although he could find himself in a more attacking role with either Rosicky or Mathieu Flamini dropping into one of the anchor roles.

Hull’s comprehensive 3-1 won against Liverpool stunned many on Sunday and saw The Tigers move up to tenth as they continue to defy the relegation predictions made about them at the start of the season.

Steve Bruce will name a virtually unchanged squad ahead of the trip south although experienced defender Liam Rosenior is available once again from injury and could feature from the start on Wednesday night.

Paul McShane and Sone Aluko are still injured and will miss the clash although the impressive performances of Curtis Davies and Jake Livermore at the weekend will make them welcome deputies for Bruce.

After seeing off Liverpool last weekend, Hull will know they can beat the best in the league and will hope they can beat Arsenal just like they did in 2008 when they won 1-2 at The Emirates to the shock of the entire footballing world.

However, this is a different Arsenal side to one from a few years ago and The Gunners will look to minimize the chances of slipping up at home against a tenacious side like Hull.

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Arsenal will NOT sack manager Unai Emery despite worst start in 37 years

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Arsenal are reportedly going to back manager Unai Emery 100% and will not give him the boot, despite the Gunners’ worst start to a top-flight season since 1982.

This comes following a bitterly disappointing 2-0 defeat to top-four rivals Leicester City on Saturday, which helped confirm Arsenal’s terrible start even further.

The Gunners currently sit in 6th place of the Premier League table, having only amassed 17 points in 12 games and have only won four out of those games.

Unai Emery’s side have benefited from the fact that their rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United have had worse starts than them.

The Spanish coach is one of the favourites to be the next manager to be sacked, with the bookies’ odds at 2/1 – only Southampton manager Ralph Hassenhutl has shorted odds of being sacked.

With that being said, it is reported that Arsenal’s board of directors are happy with the former Paris Saint-Germain manager and feel that results will turn around under his leadership.

The Gunners’ hierarchy viewed the fixture against Leicester a very competitive one in which Emery’s men showed positive signs of improvement.

The directors, which includes the likes of owner Stan Kroenke and his son Josh as well as head of football Raul Sanllehi and technical director Edu, notice the fans displeasure in Arsenal’s performances under Emery and are vary of the talk surrounding the Spaniard.

However, they will not act and make decisions based on the noise surrounding the coach and the performances of the team.

The Gunners have been in terrible form over the last five games in all competitions- three draws and two losses.

The draws came against considerable weaker opponents in Vitoria, Wolves and Crystal Palace, whereas their losses were against better opposition in Leicester and Liverpool.

Yet, Liverpool featured a heavily inexperienced line-up as it was a round of 16 Carabao Cup tie in which Jurgen Klopp’s men managed to steal a win on a penalty shoot-out.

Emery signed with Arsenal ahead of the start of the 2018-19 season and took over the legendary Arsene Wenger.

The 48-year-old signed a three-year deal and stated that he preferred to win 5-4 rather 1-0 in a bid to carry on the legacy that his predecessor left.

However, with a full season already under the belt as well as ample backing in the summer transfer window, the former Sevilla coach has yet to implement a clear style of play.

Reports have come out suggesting that Emery cannot translate his ideas to his players possibly due to the fact that English is a foreign language for him.

Tension with the highest earner at the club and one of the star players in Mesut Ozil, as well as the huge substitution affair with Granit Xhaka, has added huge pressure on Emery’s shoulders.

Fans seem divided on Emery’s ability to lead and the Spaniard will have to turn around the results and performances in order to ease the pressure off.

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Arsenal after another Lille forward?

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Moussa Sow is yet another Lille forward who seems to have attracted the interest of ArsenalReports are claiming that Arsenal maybe tempted into making a second transfer trip to Lille in an effort to lure Moussa Sow to the Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners already took Gervinho from the Stade Lille-Metropole in the summer which would make Sow the second striker that they have taken from the Ligue 1 champions within a year.

The Senegalese international isn’t the sort of player that the North London side would usually go for at the age of 25 but they could be discovering that youth isn’t everything, as they look to return to the dominant side they were a decade ago.

Sow boasts a fantastic goalscoring record with Lille, scoring 28 times in 45 appearances since his 2010 move from Rennes.

Arsenal are currently leaving striking duties almost totally up to Robin van Persie in recent months with Gervinho, Andrey Arshavin and Theo Walcott pitching in as well.

The Dutchman is conflicted however and is currently stalling on his contract talks, not wanting to commit to the club before seeing how events pan out.

Gervinho is taking his time to settle into English football and Sow could provide ample support to van Persie, relieving some of the pressure on the captain’s shoulders.

It’s unknown how much Sow would cost after he moved to Lille on a free transfer last year, but it would surely be in excess of £15m.

 

 

 

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Lyon left-back top priority for Wenger after Clichy departure

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is to make Lyon left-back Aly Cissokho his prime target for that position after the departure of Gael Clichy to Manchester City.

The 23 year old has been heavily linked with a move to the Premiership but is not so keen on joining Liverpool, a side without European competition for the up and coming season.

With Wenger’s love for all things French, he would certainly be choosing a player with right attributes.

Our source also claims that Cissokho is the player Wenger admires more and that Arsenal will not seek to pursue current Newcastle United left-back Jose Enrique – a target of Liverpool. It is also believed that the Emirates side have made enquiries for the defender and that a fee of £9m-£11m would close to accurate to seal the 23 year old.

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