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Arsenal impress in 3-0 win against Fulham 0

Posted on September 14, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Nobody really knew what to expect from Arsenal against Fulham in their Premier League opener this past weekend, but in the end, the Gunners were able to keep their momentum rolling as they eased to a 3-0 win over their London rivals at Craven Cottage.

After a decent enough start from Fulham in which they weren’t afraid to go straight at Arsenal, things fell apart pretty quickly as a goalmouth scramble led to Alexandre Lacazette poking home the opening goal of the game. From that point on Arsenal seemed to be in cruise control, and while there were a few hairy moments for Bernd Leno to deal with, nothing really ever came close to causing him any sustained problems.

Arteta reflects on 3-0 Fulham victory 0

Posted on September 13, 2020 by Harry Kettle

It may not have always been particularly pretty, but Arsenal didn’t even have to get out of second gear yesterday as they ran out 3-0 winners against Fulham at Craven Cottage. The Premier League newcomers didn’t really have anything for the Gunners, whereas Mikel Arteta’s men seemed to have far more tricks than anyone could’ve imagined.

The boss spoke to the media after the game as Arsenal fans around the world continue to speculate over what this team could end up achieving between now and the end of the season.

Arteta looks ahead to Fulham challenge 0

Posted on September 12, 2020 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will be well aware of the fact that this season is going to be absolutely huge for his tenure as Gunners manager as he prepares for his first full season in charge of the team. Prior to the game against Fulham this afternoon, he spoke with the media as fans wait to see whether or not he can truly become the saviour that the club has been waiting for ever since Arsene Wenger walked out of the door a few years back.

Fulham vs Arsenal – Preview 0

Posted on September 11, 2020 by Harry Kettle

The Premier League is set to return after a seven-week break as fans up and down the country continue to wait for the day when they can finally step foot back into a football stadium once again. The opening weekend will provide us all with a great deal of action in the top flight, and today, we’re going to be previewing Arsenal’s first away day of the campaign as they prepare to head across London to face Fulham.

Holding to stay put due to Luiz injury 0

Posted on September 09, 2020 by Veselin Trajkovic

According to The Athletic, David Luiz could spend quite some time on the sidelines due to a neck problem, and the situation has affected the proposed loan move of Rob Holding to Newcastle United.

Luiz initially injured his neck in the Community Shield triumph over Premier League champions Liverpool and aggravated it further in training. He is now unable to take full part in the sessions and very likely to be left out of the squad for the opening league game of the season away to Fulham on Saturday. The injury is said to require special caution and at the moment it’s not possible to be precise in determining the length of his absence, but it could last six weeks.

A look at Arsenal’s first six games of the season 0

Posted on September 06, 2020 by Harry Kettle

The Premier League is set to return next weekend as the Gunners prepare to make another push for the top four – and potentially even beyond. It’s been a strong start to the season with the Community Shield win, and things are about to get even more interesting.

Fulham

This is the kind of game that should be viewed as a must win, and with Fulham being a newly promoted side that are still trying to work out what their best starting XI looks like, we’re going to assume Arsenal will pick up all three points. It may not be particularly convincing, but it’ll be enough.

Arsenal’s biggest Premier League wins – Part 1 0

Posted on May 07, 2019 by Harry Kettle

We’re getting closer and closer to the end of the Premier League season, and for Arsenal, the success of their campaign really does depend on the Europa League now. There’s still a chance they could leapfrog rivals Tottenham Hotspur and break into the top four, but realistically speaking that doesn’t seem like it’s going to happen.

The last few weeks have been pretty desperate for the club as they’ve been unable to make any major dent in the aforementioned battle for a Champions League spot. The rest of the sides around them have also been slipping up which has given them more opportunities than they probably deserved, but given how ‘easy’ their run-in seemed, being in this position heading into the final day just seems utterly unacceptable.

A look back at the last six in review – Part 2 0

Posted on January 24, 2019 by Harry Kettle

Arsenal 4-1 Fulham

It’s a good result, but fans were still feeling the effects of the Liverpool game – mainly because they knew they’d lost some major ground. It was an efficient attacking performance and it’s kind of difficult to get all too upset about a 4-1 win, but it was more of an ‘on to the next’ moment. Still, fair play for the efficiency.

Blackpool 0-3 Arsenal

Emery explains the Lacazette substitution 0

Posted on January 02, 2019 by Veselin Trajkovic

Arsenal sprang back from the horrors of Anfield by thrashing Premier League underdogs Fulham by 4-1. Sometimes, a game against one of the weakest teams in the league is just what you need to regain some confidence after being taken to the cleaner’s by the league’s best.

Alexandre Lacazette had a fantastic game. His recognizable movement and work-rate was of great value to the team, and after Granit Xhaka opened the scoring in the 25th minute, he crowned his performance by finishing off a fluid move to double the lead ten minutes into the second half.

Fulham look like ideal opponents for the Gunners 0

Posted on January 01, 2019 by David Nugent

Arsenal have experienced an inconsistent few weeks in the Premier League. In fact, it has been the poorest period of Unai Emery’s short time in charge of the Gunners.

Defeats against Southampton and Liverpool have exposed the Gunners glaring weaknesses, particularly at the back. However, a visit of struggling Fulham to the Emirates later today should offer Arsenal the perfect chance to get back to winning ways.

A woeful away record

Fulham are currently second from bottom in the Premier League table. One factor that has not helped the Cottagers this season has been their woeful away performances.



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