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Ian Wright says Arsenal ‘goofed’ by selling this player before Arteta emerged

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Ian Wright has suggested that Arsenal goofed to have sold Alex Iwobi before Mikel Arteta emerged as the manager.

According to the club legend, the Nigerian would have thrived under Mikel Arteta while insisting that the club made a mistake in selling the midfielder.

The Nigeria international left the Gunners for Goodison Park in 2019 for a fee rising to £35million and struggled on Merseyside but he’s found a new lease of life under Frank Lampard this season, with the former Chelsea boss playing the midfielder in a more central area.

Wright believes that Iwobi was a victim of the upheaval at the Emirates, with the Gunners legend saying he’s now the sort of player that Arteta wants.

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‘I’m so pleased with the way it’s going for him. I remember Arsenal fans, it’s the same thing they did with Oxlade-Chamberlain, they ridiculed him. I remember watching him play in midfield early days for Arsenal at West Ham, and you’re seeing something,’ said Wright on the Wright’s House Podcast.

‘His ball progression and work rate, what Frank has now recognised him and put him there, listen to the Everton fans when he’s doing his work, they are adoring him now. I’m loving the way it’s working out for Iwobi.

‘I’m just talking about somebody who’s making a massive difference to what Everton need – the work rate, his ball progression, his passing, everything. He’s the pass before the assist, people don’t realise it. Everton fans are now starting to realise that if they get the right players in and around him, he’s going to be a force for them.

‘You look at his work rate, it’s unbelievable. It’s the kind of intensity that Mikel wants now and needs now, we need that, we need somebody who can press like that.’

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Arsenal News, Players Rating Compared To Rivals

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Arsenal Player; Martin Odegaard

Arsenal showcased their dominance in the Premier League with a 5-0 victory over Burnley, continuing their impressive form. Martin Odegaard’s early goal set the tone, followed by Bukayo Saka’s penalty and a powerful finish. 

Leandro Trossard and Kai Havertz contributed to the rout. This win, coupled with their recent 6-0 triumph against West Ham, keeps Arsenal close to league leaders Liverpool, who recently defeated Brentford.

Reflecting on past skepticism from Wayne Bridge about Arsenal’s title chances, despite their lead in 2023, the current two-point gap behind Liverpool raises questions about Arsenal’s ability to clinch the title. 

With key Liverpool players injured, Arsenal’s main competition is Manchester City, adept at mounting comebacks from third place.

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The crucial query remains: can Mikel Arteta’s squad maintain consistency and scoring prowess? As Manchester City lurks as a formidable threat, the outcome hinges on Arteta’s efforts and whether Arsenal can fend off their rivals to secure the coveted title.

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Arsenal player ratings vs Burnley

Arsenal triumphed against Burnley with standout performances. Goalkeeper David Raya, rated 7, had little to do but showcased excellent passing. 

Playing right back, Ben White earned an 8 for solid defense and composure. William Saliba, rated 7, had a brief lapse but was otherwise solid. Gabriel Magalhaes impressed with an 8, excelling in duels and distributing well. 

Jakub Kiwior silenced critics with an eight on the left side. Declan Rice dominated with a 9, setting up Odegaard’s goal. Odegaard and Saka both received a 9, showcasing creativity and finishing. Kai Havertz, rated 8, posed problems for Burnley’s defense. 

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Trossard got an 8 for link-up play, and Martinelli, with a 7, assisted Odegaard and displayed sharpness. Overall, Arsenal showed a cohesive and impactful team performance in their victory.

Arsenal Premier League fixtures compared to their Rivals

Arsenal faces a crucial stretch with their next five fixtures, including clashes against Newcastle United and Sheffield United. 

While the Magpies present a tricky challenge, matches against teams like Sheffield United and Brentford are must-win for a serious title contender. The impending London derby against Chelsea and an away game against Manchester City could be pivotal for Arsenal’s title aspirations.

Liverpool, on the other hand, has a challenging run ahead. After Luton Town. They face strict tests against Nottingham Forest, Manchester City, Everton, Brighton, and Hove Albion. The clash with City holds particular significance and could affect the title race.

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Meanwhile, Manchester City’s next five fixtures feature encounters with Brentford, AFC Bournemouth, Manchester United, Liverpool, Brighton, and Hove Albion. The upcoming clash against Liverpool stands out as a critical fixture, and the results of these matches could profoundly impact their title pursuit.

The next few weeks will be pivotal for all three teams, with each fixture carrying significant weight in the tightly contested Premier League title race.

Conclusion 

Arsenal’s recent form reflects determination and strategic prowess. Key players have shone, setting the stage for crucial upcoming fixtures against Newcastle United, Chelsea, and Manchester City. 

As Arsenal faces these challenges, fans’ anticipation for success and potential silverware remains high. The unpredictable nature of football continues to shape their journey, creating a compelling narrative in the ongoing season.

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EPL Transfer Update

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EPL transfer update covers news from Man United, Arsenal, and Liverpool. Manchester United are going after Dan Ashworth of Newcastle United. Old Trafford could be Matthijs de Ligt’s new home, as he’s not enjoying his stay at Bayern Munich.

Arsenal confirmed their interest in Kylian Mbappe, and four stars could leave Liverpool at the end of this summer.

Dan Ashworth Under Man United Radial

Manchester United is ready to reach deep into its pockets as they’re reportedly ready to dish out a hefty seven-figure sum to swipe Dan Ashworth from Newcastle. 

Ashworth, the maestro behind Newcastle’s sporting scene since 2022, boasts a solid track record with gigs at Brighton and West Brom. He’s been pulling strings at St James’ Park, making moves like bringing in the record-breaking Alexander Isak.

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Back in November, Ashworth was all love for the north-east, saying, “I’m really happy. It’s a brilliant city, club, and project.” But now, the lure of the big bucks might be swaying his stance.

Mikel Arteta confirms Arsenal’s interest in Kylian Mbappe 

Mikel Arteta just spilled the beans – Arsenal is eyeing Kylian Mbappe! The PSG superstar has dropped the bombshell that he’ll leave as a free agent after the 23/24 season. Real Madrid and Liverpool were in the mix before, but now Arsenal is throwing its hat in the ring.

Talking ahead of the Burnley match, Arteta admitted they’re in the conversation for a player of Mbappe’s caliber. But he hinted it’s a bit complicated, saying, “It looks differently.”

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Kylian Mbappe

What’s intriguing is Mbappe’s nod to Arsenal, possibly due to the influence of French legend Thierry Henry‘s legacy. The Independent reports that Mbappe sees Arsenal as a good fit, appreciating the history and legends, as a game-changer in his career plan.

While Liverpool seemed like a strong contender last year, concrete offers still needed to materialize. Arsenal, with its historical appeal, is stepping up. The rumor mill hints at a Madrid move, but the plot thickens. The summer transfer saga just got more exciting – will Mbappe choose Arsenal’s legacy over others? Time will tell!

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Matthijs de Ligt hands Man Utd transfer boost with bombshell Bayern Munich admission

Bayern Munich might not be his happy place, and Manchester United is on standby. He jumped on the Bayern train in 2022, but lately, Tuchel prefers other defenders, leaving De Ligt warming the bench.

After a rough 3-0 loss to Bayer Leverkusen, De Ligt’s not hiding his frustration. When asked if he was fit, he casually dropped a “Top fit” with a side of attitude.

Tuchel had earlier vouched for De Ligt staying put, but reality check – he’s the fourth wheel in defense. Manchester United is probably raising an eyebrow or two, considering a potential reunion with Erik ten Hag eyeing summer upgrades.

Four Players might leave Liverpool this Summer. 

Now, on to Liverpool – things are getting interesting. Rumor has it that Mo Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and others (Joel Matip, Thiago, Cody Gakpo, and Konstantinos Tsimikas) are eyeing the exit door this summer. 

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Mo Salah and Alexander Arnold

Klopp’s departure is the root cause of this, as the Reds are in for a significant overhaul. New philosophy, new faces, and even the so-called “untouchables” might not be spared from the chop. Liverpool’s gearing up for a seismic shift, both on and off the pitch.

Conclusion

Arsenal’s pursuit of Mbappe, influenced by Thierry Henry’s legacy, promises a summer saga. Ashworth’s seven-figure compensation dance with Manchester United unveils the intricacies of managerial moves. 

De Ligt’s time at Bayern could end soon, hinting at a possible Manchester United reunion. Lastly, four players might exit Liverpool following Jurgen Klopp’s departure.

As these tales unfold, the football world braces for a summer filled with suspense, negotiations, and the anticipation of pivotal player and managerial shifts.

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Arsenal destroys West Ham

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And are now going after the title with full force.

Arsenal’s solid 6-0 win against West Ham wasn’t just about points; it spoke volumes about their title hopes. Closing in at two points behind leaders Liverpool, the Gunners showcased a commendable performance at the London Stadium

Despite the cloud of two prior losses to West Ham this season, Arsenal stood tall. William Saliba‘s header from Declan Rice’s corner set the stage, and Bukayo Saka calmly converted a penalty, making up for earlier misses. 

Gabriel celebrated his 150th appearance with a solid header, and Leandro Trossard added a smooth fourth before halftime. The second half continued the dominance, with Saka scoring again and Rice contributing a noteworthy 25-yard curler without celebrations against his former club. 

Arsenal’s perfect 2024 league record, winning all four matches, places them just two points behind Liverpool, trailing Manchester City on goals scored. 

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Meanwhile, West Ham faces a challenging winless streak of five league outings since the new year. In the upcoming matches, Arsenal takes on Burnley, while West Ham aims to reclaim lost glory against Nottingham Forest.

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Arsenal’s recent triumph, fueled by a heartfelt win against Liverpool, brings warmth to their EPL title quest; after overcoming the past challenges, their confidence eases scoring worries. 

In this early-season stretch, Arsenal is emerging as a sincere contender. The anticipation is palpable; fans share excitement and a genuine emotional connection to each victorious moment.

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Arsenal’s Next Matches

Arsenal has a challenging Premier League lineup. They kick off against Burnley on Saturday, February 17, and face Newcastle on Saturday, February 24. 

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Moving into March, it’s Sheffield United on Monday, March 4th, Brentford on Saturday, March 9th, and Chelsea on Saturday, March 16th. 

March closes with a match against Manchester City on Sunday, March 31st. Brace yourself for an exciting football period as Arsenal takes on these upcoming challenges.

Records Associated with The Victory

  • Declan Rice’s comeback to the London Stadium with Arsenal wasn’t the smoothest, recalling a tough outing in November as a substitute during a 3-1 Carabao Cup loss.
  • In the Premier League, Rice stepped up, owning the midfield with two crucial assists and a spectacular goal.
  • His decision not to celebrate the goal showcased a genuine nod to the West Ham fans he once played for.
  • Arsenal’s recent win against West Ham is more than a triumph; it’s the team’s largest-ever Premier League away victory.
  • Surpassing milestones at Goodison Park in 2009 and against Middlesbrough in 1999, this victory is etched in history.
  • Sharing the club’s record for the biggest margin of victory away, it’s tied with iconic 7-1 wins in the 1930s.
  • While not hitting the heights of the UEFA Cup Winners Cup against Standard Liege in 1993 (7-0), this win is the joint-biggest London derby triumph.
  • It also marks West Ham’s joint-heaviest home defeat in league history, harkening back to a loss in 1963.

Individual Milestones 

  • Saka reached his 50th goal and a century of goals and assists, a testament to his evolving prowess.
  • In his 150th appearance, Gabriel notched his 14th goal, securing the second spot among the division’s top-scoring defenders.
  • Trossard’s fourth goal in the match didn’t just contribute to the victory; it brought Arsenal’s total goals to a staggering 8,000, weaving another chapter in the club’s rich history.

Conclusion 

Arsenal’s win against West Ham was insane—their biggest-ever away victory in the Premier League! Saka nailed his 50th goal, and Gabriel scored on his 150th appearance. 

The defeat is West Ham’s worst home defeat since ’63. Arsenal’s next five matches have much to tell us about their EPL fate this season.

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VAR In English Premier League

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VAR in the EPL

Let’s dive into VAR’s game-changing world and how it flips the script in English football. From tweaking red card stats to shaking up how matches unfold, we’re unraveling the VAR saga. Is it a hero or a troublemaker? 

Join us for a quick tour through the VAR rollercoaster, and let’s figure out if it’s giving our beloved sport a makeover or just stirring up the pitch!

VAR and EPL

The 2023/24 Premier League is turning into a real VAR soap opera, and Howard Webb’s apologies are practically a regular feature now.

VAR, supposed to be a ref’s sidekick, is more like that friend who always brings drama. Aston Villa’s been on the receiving end, losing out on potential wins, and Liverpool’s left scratching their heads too.

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What is Manchester United’s journey like? It’s been impressive, as they’ve been denied penalties, among other things. Brighton is another unlucky victim. The Seagulls felt the pain, too, with goals canceled and penalties turned over. It’s chaos, driving both teams and fans crazy.

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VAR—the Video Assistant Referee—started with good intentions, boosting ref decisions from 82% to 96%. Sounds great, but here’s the catch: complaints about VAR taking its sweet time and making too many checks. Fans and experts are grumbling, saying it’s slowing the game down and killing the vibe of goal celebrations.

While Premier League bigwigs claim most fans are okay with VAR, it’s stirring up trouble for every club, with some taking a harder hit. The burning question is: Is VAR truly assisting refs, or is it draining the joy out of the beautiful game?

VAR on Red Cards and Penalty 

VAR has shaken things up regarding red cards in the Premier League. According to Spreadex.com, there’s been a noticeable drop of 5.8% in the number of red cards since VAR joined the party. 

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The 2022–23 season hit a record low with just 17 straight Reds Cards – the lowest in Premier League history. What’s intriguing is that three red cards got overturned, and six were handed out after VAR stepped in during the same season.

We’ve seen nine red cards in the 2023–24 season, but we’re still determining how many got the VAR treatment. VAR is playing a role in bringing down the total number of red cards in the Premier League. It’s like this tech genie is waving its wand and changing the whole vibe of how cards are dished out.

Shifting to penalties, the introduction of VAR has seen a surge in awards. Before VAR, the average number of penalties per season stood at 95, as reported by Sportsgazette

With VAR in play, this average has risen to 104.26 per season. Furthermore, the data reveals that approximately 21.5% of penalties are awarded with VAR. Using VAR has resulted in a significant uptick in penalty decisions in the Premier League.

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Conclusion

VAR in the EPL and, by extension, in football is like a mixed bag of surprises. Studies show better decisions, jumping from 82% to 94%. Fewer ref blunders and a slightly tamer red card count—sounds good, right? But hold up; the drama’s not over.

There are still lingering debates about handballs and offsides, those never-ending VAR reviews, and the constant interruptions we all hate.

And here’s the kicker: more penalties and longer matches. Everyone’s arguing if VAR’s a game-changer or just a headache. Fans and pundits are split. The real MVP move? Fix the tech, talk better, and stick to the rules. That’s the VAR playbook, which is still a work in progress. 

 

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Premier League Results

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Premier League Matchday 23 went surprisingly well, though that’s subjective, as the one whose team lost would say otherwise.

Arsenal added a sauce to the premier league title race by defeating Arsenal. 

Manchester United enjoyed a dominant win thanks to the Garnacho, Hojlund, and Kobbie Mainoo trio. 

Arsenal thrashed Liverpool  

In a jaw-dropping turn of events in the Premier League title race, Arsenal lit up the pitch, taking down a lacklustre Liverpool 3-1 on Sunday and tightening the gap to just two points.

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The win was well-deserved for the Gunners, who capitalised on a defensive hiccup between Virgil van Dijk and Alisson.

Gabriel Martinelli seized the opportunity in the 67th minute, restoring the lead. Leandro Trossard then sealed the deal in stoppage time with a cheeky shot through Alisson’s legs.

Bukayo Saka kicked off the scoring with a smooth finish in the 14th minute, but Gabriel’s goal right before halftime threw a wrench in Arsenal’s positive momentum.

On the verge of only their second league defeat, Liverpool faced more frustration as Ibrahima Konate got a red card in the closing minutes.

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Arsenal’s leap to second place with 49 points, just trailing Liverpool’s 51 after 23 games each, sets the stage for an intense title battle.

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Declan Rice said, “It was a kick in the teeth to concede so late after having an outstanding first half, but we knew we had a really big 45 minutes in our season.” The win marks Arsenal’s resurgence, putting them firmly back in the mix.

For the fourth straight Premier League clash, Arsenal took an early lead, leaving Liverpool struggling to respond. Saka’s confident finish added to Liverpool’s troubles.

Liverpool got a Lifeline when Gabriel scored his goal. Despite a shaky start to the second half, Arsenal’s resilience won out. Even Klopp’s triple substitution couldn’t alter the game’s trajectory.

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A disastrous mix-up between Van Dijk and Alisson handed Martinelli the lead, leaving Liverpool in disarray. Van Dijk took responsibility, recognizing the impact on the team.

Trossard’s late goal solidified Arsenal’s triumph, injecting uncertainty into Liverpool’s title hopes. The result not only puts Arsenal back in the race but also raises doubts about their championship aspirations at Anfield.

Manchester United records another Stunning win at Old Trafford.

In a strong performance at Old Trafford, Manchester United secured a convincing 3-0 victory over West Ham, bolstering their chances for a top-four finish in the Premier League.

The standout players of the day were Alejandro Garnacho and Rasmus Hojlund, each contributing, Garnacho scoring twice, and Hojlund adding another goal to his tally.

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United showed determination from the start, overcoming a potential setback with a remarkable save from Andre Onana against West Ham’s Tomas Soucek. This set the tone for a commanding display.

On his 21st birthday, Hojlund displayed his striking ability with a well-executed goal from the edge of the area, marking his fourth goal in as many games.

Garnacho’s impact grew in the second half, first with a fortunate deflection that extended United’s lead. The lead is followed by a second goal from a swift counter-attack, securing the win for Erik ten Hag’s side and bringing them closer to the sought-after Champions League spots.

Despite West Ham’s efforts, missed opportunities from Emerson and Jarrod Bowen proved costly, hindering their aspirations for European qualification and underscoring the fine margins in the Premier League.

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The match also held emotional weight as both teams paid respects to the Munich air disaster before kick-off.

Amid this poignant tribute, Manchester United’s young talents showcased resilience and attacking flair, contributing to an impressive tally of 11 goals in the last three games.

Conclusion 

Premier League Matchday 23 was an impressive display of talents, strength, tactics, and competence. This season, Arsenal defeating Liverpool is an exciting twist in the Premier League race. 

Manchester United’s resurgence, if continued, the reds could make the top four by the end of the season.

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Matchday 23: Arsenal Host Liverpool

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Arsenal host Liverpool today at the Emirate Stadium. This match might be a decider in the tight title race.

If Arsenal emerge victorious, they will close the gap between them and the first-placed Liverpool and second-placed Manchester City.

Liverpool sit at the top of the table with 51 points, followed by Manchester City with 46 points with two games at hand. The Gunners are the third on the table with 46 points. 

Before we delve into today’s match, let’s review their history.

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Arsenal Vs. Liverpool Head-to-Head

Their history transcends the Premier League; they’ve faced off in the FA Cup, League Cup, and UCL, turning each encounter into a canvas of skill, determination, and an unyielding quest for dominance. 

The statistics reveal a neck-and-neck race since their first Premier League duel in 1992. Liverpool boasts 25 victories, Arsenal claims 19, and 25 meetings end in a draw.

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The total encounter is 69 and the total goal during their encounter is 221. Liverpool scored 124 goals against Arsenal, while the latter has 97 goals.

Delving into the goal tally, it’s a showcase of attacking brilliance. The pitch becomes a stage for talented players, unleashing moments of sheer brilliance and goal-scoring finesse. 

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Defensively, both sides have been tested, creating a delicate equilibrium between goals scored and conceded.

Liverpool’s 5-5 draw with Arsenal in the Carabao Cup in October 2019 exemplifies this matchup’s thrilling highs and nail-biting lows.

Away from the Premier League drama, the rivalry extends to domestic cup competitions, adding layers to their shared history.

FA Cup and League Cup clashes are not just battles for silverware; they’re moments etched in the hearts of fans.

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Matchday 23 Influence on Title Race

Today’s Arsenal vs. Liverpool clash is a Premier League title race game-changer. Currently sitting third, Arsenal needs a win to bounce back after a slide in the standings.

Meanwhile, Liverpool is holding the fort at the top with a five-point lead over Arsenal and Manchester City, who have two games in hand.

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The head-to-head stats favor Liverpool, with 95 wins to Arsenal’s 82 in 241 games. Predictions are leaning heavily towards Liverpool; who knows, the Gunners might take them by surprise. 

A victory for Liverpool would tighten their grip on the title race, but it could inject some profound excitement into the competition if Arsenal wins.

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Matchday 23 Absentees

Arsenal is to play without Takehiro Tomiyasu on international duty, and Thomas Partey was injured, impacting their defense. 

Liverpool faces the absence of injured Mohamed Salah and international duty for Wataru Endo, Matip, Kostas Tsimikas,  Jurrien Timber, Fabio Vieira, Thiago Alcantara, Stefan Bejcetic, and Ben Doak.

It’s hard to say how much the absence of Mo Salah will affect Liverpool, but their triumphant dominance against Chelsea is comforting to make fans hope for the best.

Despite missing key players, both Arsenal and Liverpool have deep squads ready to adapt. Arsenal can count on talents like Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka, who are potential game-changers.

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Meanwhile, Liverpool’s arsenal includes Darwin Nùnēz and Diego Jota, ready to fill the Salah void with flair.

The tactical chess game is fascinating. Without Tomiyasu, Arsenal might need to tweak their defense, and Declan Rice will make up for Partey’s absence as usual.

Conclusion

In the saga of Arsenal vs Liverpool, it’s not just stats; it’s a global narrative of passion. Beyond numbers, it’s a clash of football philosophies and fervent fanbases.

Today’s game is a turning point in the title race. A Liverpool win cements their lead, while an Arsenal victory reignites hope. 

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This match adds a fresh chapter to their history. In essence, Arsenal vs Liverpool isn’t just a game; it’s a human, heart-pounding story that could reshape the Premier League title race. Get ready for the thrill!

 

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Arsenal could be set for biggest transfer upset in EPL

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Arsenal understood to be planning what could be the biggest transfer deal as they are reportedly monitoring the situation of Man United superstar Marcus Rashford amid continued uncertainty over his contract.

The 25-year-old forward was on the Gunners’ radar in 2022 as Mikel Arteta registered his interest with the player’s camp.

It is understood that manager Mikel Arteta is a big fan of the England international and will attempt to bring him to the Emirates Stadium.

However, the Red Devils have triggered Rashford‘s 12-month extension clause recently, but he is still only contracted at Old Trafford until June 2024 as they have no intention of selling him to any club even outside England.

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Rashford remains one of United’s best this season with 21 goals and eight assists in 34 appearances as a regular starter.

Arsenal have been hurt by the long-term injury to Gabriel Jesus and they have no confidence in Eddie Nketiah, despite proving to be a more than capable deputy.

The rebuilding of the Gunners team will continue with the signing of new players in the summer transfer window and Rashford could be a part of it.

Howbeit, it could cost Arsenal a record fee if United eventually agree to the deal because he is regarded as their prized asset.

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Berbatov warns United might regret signing this Arsenal target

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Manchester United attacker, Dimitar Berbatov, has warned his former club that they might regret if they make a ‘strange’ transfer move for West Ham captain Declan Rice in the summer window.

According to him, they already have Casemiro and would not need the England international.

Rice remains a major target for Mikel Arteta in the coming summer transfer window but they face competition from their London rivals Chelsea as the player is not willing to sign a new deal with West Ham United.

“Declan and Casemiro play in the same position, but the main difference between them is that one of them is 24-years-old and the other is 30-years-old,” Berbatov told Betfred.

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“Of course, clubs are going to be after Declan Rice and the main thing that Declan will want from a new club is the promise that he is going to play.

“If he went to Manchester United, then he is going to want to play, demand to play and he is not going to want to sit on the bench.”

He added, “He won’t go to Manchester United if he believes there is a chance that he may be a backup to Casemiro.

“It would be strange if Manchester United bought Declan Rice, considering that they have just bought Casemiro from Real Madrid.”

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