Tonight at 21:45, Arsenal Emirates Stadium receives the visit of West Brom, where we expect the host band to win a match outright.
Arsenal is currently out of the race for the title, the only objective remained to “gunners” are ranking in the top four places, the leading Champions League. Londoners currently occupy fourth place, the last being at a podium, its ranking them being threatened by Manchester United, who are just a point behind. Wenger’s band is unbeaten in the last five rounds, but it is worth mentioning that in these matches only managed two victories, winning by Watford and Everton, having drawn in disputes with Tottenham, West Ham and Crystal Palace. The hosts of this evening not bad developments on Emirates Stadium, managed nine wins and four draws in the 16 games played at home, losing only three times. Arsenal’s goal difference is decent, pointing out 56 times this season, with the fifth attack in the Premier League, 34 goals cashed instead. French coach, Arsene Wenger will not be based in tonight Chamberlain, Rosicky and Cazorla, being unavailable because of injuries, while Wilshere is uncertain.
West Brom secured largely new season in the Premier League at the moment being 14th in the standings, 10 points of the relegation places. Tonight’s guests come after four rounds of the championship they have won only one point, having drawn on the ground in moving from Sunderland. Tony Pulis’s band is not a spectacular team, given the modest attack, scoring only 31 goals in 33 stages so far. The asememenea. Also highlighted is worth all victories this season have been by one goal difference, seven of them being the minimum score, 1-0. WBA does not impress when playing away from “home”, he managed to accumulate just 18 points in 16 away matches, after four wins and six draws. West Brom at the Emirates Stadium comes batch without major problems, only Pritchard, Brunt and Morrison is unavailable tonight due to injury.
Cech – Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal – Coquelin, Ramsey – Sanchez, Ozil, Iwobi – Giroud
• West Brom
Foster – Dawson, McAuley, Evans, Chester – Fletcher, Yacob – Sessegnon, Berahino, McClean – Rondon