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Arteta was right, a dangerous bend awaits Arsenal

19 Mar 2022 | 09:33 | Football

 The London Gunners still need to be very careful in the battle for the Top 4 Premier League this season.

Mikel Arteta in the press conference

Arsenal are in control of the battle for the Top 4 Premier League this season. Currently, the Gunners are firmly in 4th place and 1 point ahead of Man Utd. Not to mention, coach Mikel Arteta’s teachers and students still have 2 unplayed matches in hand.

In the case of winning the maximum number of points from the remaining 11 games, Arsenal will enter the Top 4 for the first time since the 2015/16 season. That’s when they finished second behind champions Leicester City.
Arteta is right, Arsenal can face a dangerous bend - Football

 Arsenal is still holding the advantage in the Top 4 battle.

Of course, Arsenal’s only way to qualify for next season’s Champions League is through the Premier League battle. A big shock if they don’t hit their target at the end of the season.

Losing to Liverpool may not affect Arsenal much. They still hold many advantages this season. However, not so that Arsenal is subjective in the context that the remaining opponents are ready to go above.

The first is Man Utd. After being knocked out of the Champions League, the Red Devils certainly put their energies into the Premier League race. With Cristiano Ronaldo, he clearly does not accept the Europa League kick.

When cornered, Man Utd is like a wounded animal and ready to protest strongly. Remember, Man Utd still has a direct confrontation with Arsenal.

Arteta is right, Arsenal can face a dangerous bend - Football

 However, Arsenal need to be careful.

And of course, it is impossible not to mention Tottenham. Antonio Conte’s side are standing behind but ready to get ahead at any moment.

The important thing is that Spurs still have a match against the Gunners. Difficulties await Arsenal in this match. A defeat against a great rival means Arsenal will be pushed into a difficult position.

For Arsenal, the defeat against Liverpool proves that the teachers and coaches are not really ready for the big matches. From the beginning of the season, Arsenal only won 5/6 encounters with the Big Six.

Tonight (March 19), Arsenal will enter the match against Aston Villa. Remember, Aston Villa is not an easy team to play at this time.

So Arsenal have two more matches to make up for, but if they’re not careful, they could lose their advantage over their Premier League rivals for the rest of the season.

Coach Arteta is right to complain about Arsenal’s schedule. Unfortunately, the Organizing Committee arranged the match against Spurs at the most stressful time, which is what Arsenal did not want to happen.

In general, difficulties are still waiting for Arsenal ahead.