Arsenal v Luton Town: Can Arsenal take the league

Arsenal v Luton Town: Can Arsenal take the league

Our nine-game league winning streak came to an end on Sunday against Manchester City, but the draw might be important in the eventual result. Furthermore, since Liverpool plays a day later than us, we can win our first home league game in twenty-five days and return to the top of the standings.

Will Luton below relegation line Stop Arsenal?

For the Luton, who are narrowly below the relegation line and will be visiting the Emirates Stadium for the first time ever, every point counts in the meantime. They are, however, without a win in their previous nine league games due to a decline in form, and they are hoping for a fortunate break to improve their chances of surviving. The Hatters, in their first season in the Premier League, began April with a record of no higher than 17th in the table, but after nine games, Rob Edwards’ squad will be vying for that spot. Their first victory in the competition came at Everton’s cost after five attempts, and it would take them nearly two months to win again, this time against Crystal Palace. Though confidence was bolstered by a run of three victories and two draws from six games during the winter, they have only managed two draws from their last eight games, which hasn’t helped with a huge array of important player ailments.

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Unlike other promoted teams, they have scored goals in their last 18 league games, which is the longest scoring streak in the Premier League. Therefore, scoring goals has not been a problem for them. They are the most productive team in the bottom eight with 42 points in 29 games, three more than Manchester United in sixth position. But, a 1-0 lead was lost 2-1 against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday due to their failure to keep them out. They now have four days to prepare for another trip to north London.

Arteta Statement

Arteta: “Rob and the coaching team deserve a lot of praise; their growth as a club has been incredible. They should get more credit than any other team in this league, in my opinion. You can see how tough they have been in their games, even in those they haven’t won.” In our matches versus the other two top-seeded teams, we have produced some outstanding outcomes. Since we are not at the top, it follows that we have to focus on making up for the points we have overlooked elsewhere. Edwards on us: “They don’t reveal much, and their defense is rather obstinate. As games at Kenilworth Road occasionally are, this one was somewhat unusual. We will be doing fairly well if we can go to the Emirates and score three goals.

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Though it is challenging right now [because of the injuries], we will strive to be the greatest versions of ourselves. We have had some extraordinary results against the other two teams that are leading the table.

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We are not top so that means that we have missed certain points somewhere else and that’s what we have to put the emphasis on.” Edwards on us: “Their defence is pretty stubborn, they don’t give much away. It was a pretty unique game, as sometimes it can be at Kenilworth Road. If we are able to go and score three goals at the Emirates, then we are doing pretty well! We will try and be the best version of us – that is difficult at the moment [with the injuries].

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“It’s the biggest challenge I’ve ever had, aside from a real serious incident we had with our captain [Tom Lockyer’s cardiac arrest], it is the most difficult, challenging period I’ve ever faced. I’ve never known anything like it and we are coming up against the best teams in the world in this period.”

Will Bukayo Saka Start Tonight

Bukayo Saka came off in the 78th minute on Sunday but Arteta will gauge his fitness before deciding if he’s fit enough to start. That leaves Jurrien Timber as our only long-term injury concern, who is back in training as he continues to rehab following his ACL tear in August.

Luton’s injury crisis worsened against Spurs on Saturday, leaving Edwards sweating over the fitness of Tahith Chong, Reece Burke and Alfie Doughty. Hamstrings have proven problematic, with goal threats Elijah Adebayo and Chiedozie Ogbene both succumbing to them, as well as Sambi Lokonga, Dan Potts and Amari’i Bell. For More News


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