The gunners will be facing Manchester United on Saturday in their bid to make it three English Premier League wins in a row which they haven’t done this season.
The gunners played against Huddersfield Town yesterday and they showed a remarkable performance against the recently promoted club. This was a good morale booster for the Arsenal squad who will be playing a big match against Manchester United on the weekend.
The gunners have received bad news ahead of a top match after it has been reported by various sources that Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette will get sidelined for a while after sustaining a slight injury yesterday when the gunners were playing against Huddersfield Town yesterday.
Arsene Wenger gave the supporters an update on the injury of the player and says that it is a groin injury;
“It is an injury. It looked like a groin injury and he is definitely out of the weekend. He might be out for a while.
The manager didn’t indicate the time which the French international will be out but the supporters will be hoping that this period be numbered in weeks and not months because he is an important player at the Emirates stadium.
The gunners will go into this weekend’s match well knowing that a win against Manchester United would show that they are still title contenders to the people who have been criticising the club but they will un fortunately be without their star striker Alexandre Lacazette who will likely be left out of the squad for that match.
The gunners will now have Olivier Giroud to lead the attack line of Arsenal on Saturday but most supporters are happy that the player will get a chance to impress the manager in the English Premier League and not to forget he is one of the few Arsenal players that usually scores against the red devils.
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