EPL: Gunners vs Hammers

At Emirates Stadium, Arsenal are in the spirit of going down, there will be a 29-round match promising many difficulties when welcoming city rivals West Ham also in crisis in the bottom group in the London derby. Will the Gunners continue Porsmouth's recent excitement to return to the battle for tickets to the European Cup? Or West Ham will cut the circuit for 4 consecutive games away from home recently losing and demanding debt success in the first leg.

Lucas Torreira looks set to start after returning in Monday's 2-0 win over Portsmouth in a protective mask, he will help Arsenal's midfield become more solid. Coach Mikel Arteta was forced to rest almost all of his first-team players in the FA Cup due to being eliminated in the Europa League last week. Eddie Nketiah has scored in consecutive appearances for Arsenal and has given Arteta something to think about so that he can start on the front line after he is summoned from Leeds United on loan. will young English players win Alexandre Lacazette's performance this weekend? Arsenal have not lost a home match in the Premier League against West Ham since 2015. Arsenal have won 9 of the last 10 home games against West Ham in all competitions and are unbeaten in all 7 recent Premier League matches. Arsenal had just won 2-0 on the field of Portsmouth minor in the second place in the FA Cup fifth round match to dispel the sadness of being eliminated in the Europa League, teachers and coach Mikel Arteta are quite confident at home when losing 1 time in the last 6 matches.

David Moyes should keep the starting lineup from a 3-1 victory over Southampton last weekend, winning the 7th this season and the 1st victory in the last 6 rounds to escape the red light group despite the difference is only 1 fragile point. Felipe Anderson and Robert Snodgrass started on the bench and the January contract Jarrod Bowen scored in his debut debut for Hammer in a victory over Southampton. Jack Wilshere missed the match against Arsenal boyhood club due to injury and West Ham have lost all 5 matches away from home recently and have conceded at least 2 goals in the last 3 away games (Premier League) .  

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