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Analysis: Arsenal’s next two matches and predicted results

Arsenal will be looking forward to the end of the international break and we take a look at their next two matches, and the predicted results.



(Mikel Arteta and players/ Photo via Getty )

Football went into the international break when Arsenal had got three wins and one draw in their last four Premier League games hence rising morale in the fanbase of the North Londoners. Arsenal will after the international break face not very hard but tricky opponents and so we are going to reveal our predictions for their next two games in the Premier League.


PREDICTION: 2 nil win for Arsenal.

Arsenal are only three points ahead of Crystal Palace which is at the moment managed by their legend Patrick Vieira and so it will be an interesting game as The Eagles seem to have found their feet after a shaky start as with the gunners.

Crystal Palace have not been bad this season but neither have they been convincing and Arsenal will come into this game with Mikel Arteta having requested for a win to get back their tempo that had been silenced in the game against Brighton & Hove Albion. With the home support which is important for some of their star players like Aubameyang, the gunners will likely get a 2 nil win over Palace even though Wilfried Zaha will have given their defenders a lot of trouble.



The Emiliano Martinez derby!. Aston Villa are ahead of Arsenal on the Premier League table thanks to their goal difference and so this will surely be an engaging game as both sides have only been able to collect 10 points so far.

Aston Villa are a very hard team to beat as they are good defensively and can still punish teams upfront even though they lost their star man, Jack Grealish. Arsenal could find itself in the same situation as Manchester United did against The Villans when they didn’t know whether to let them keep possession or not hence losing all the three points. We expect that both teams will score and that it will ultimately end in a 1-1 draw.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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