Arsenal host Crystal Palace to regain victories in Premier League
Arsenal host Crystal Palace to regain victories in the English Premier League
The Arsenal professional team, within its Egyptian international ranks, will meet its guest, Crystal Palace, in the confrontation scheduled to take place at nine o’clock in the evening, today, Monday, at the “Emirates” Stadium, at the end of the eighth round of the English Premier League competition “Premier League” in the current season 2021. -2022.
Arsenal enters the match tonight and is ranked thirteenth in the English Premier League table with 10 points, ahead of only goal difference from Crystal Palace, who is in the fourteenth place.
The Gunners, led by coach Mikel Arteta, are seeking to restore the memory of victories again in the English Premier League, after they fell into a negative draw against Brighton, at Falmer Stadium, in the seventh round of the Premier League.
After losing the first three matches of the Arsenal team in the English Premier League this season, it rebounded dramatically, achieving three victories in a row at the expense of Norwich City, Burnley, and finally neighbor Tottenham in the London derby, before its first draw with Brighton in the last round.
The Arsenal team achieved a negative number after the draw against its host Brighton, and “Opta: Statistics” network reported that Arsenal scored only 5 goals in the first seven matches in the English Premier League this season, which is the lowest number of goals for the London team since the 1967-1968 season (also 5 goals). .
Egyptian international Mohamed Elneny was on the Arsenal bench throughout the match, as Gunners coach Mikel Arteta did not include him.
Arsenal’s Spanish coach, Mikel Arteta, recently won the Premier League’s coach of the month award for the first time in his coaching career, after he achieved 3 victories during the past month, his players scored 5 goals and came out in two clean sheets.
Arsenal beat Norwich City and Burnley 1-0 in the two matches, and then Tottenham in the north London derby, 3-1, to beat Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola, Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp, Brighton coach Graham Potter and Aston Villa coach Dean Smith.