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Hull City will look forward to carrying on their impressive winning streak this weekend, when they visit Arsenal. The match will be played in the game week 25 of the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
Even though the Tigers are at the 18th place in the league right now, they have given the big guns a run for their money. In fact, they have climbed up to the 18th position on the back of a goalless draw against Manchester United and a 2-0 win against the mighty Liverpool. While they have proven that this isn't a fluke, a win against the Gunners will surely silence their critics.
And given the form in which Arsenal are right now, it is quite likely happen. They have lost their last couple of matches to Watford and Chelsea, a feat that has taken them to the fourth place. They are in the dire need of a win in order to retain their prospects of winning the league.
Hull City have a poor record as the visitors. They have failed to win their last 11 away matches, while not scoring in seven of those recent games. Moreover, the Gunners have gone unbeaten in their last 13 meetings against Hull. With stats on their side, they are set to start as the favourites.
The Gunners will be hoping to get their season off to a start when they welcome Hull City to the Emirates on Saturday, October 18 at 15:00 hours BST.
The home side lies in mid table in eighth spot and a win will really do them good. Thus far, they have managed to pick up just two wins and four draws, losing one game in the seven played. Arsene Wenger will lose the services of key midfield influence, Mesut Ozil, as he sustained an injury earlier in the month.
What will hurt the Frenchman even more is that, Aaron Ramsey, Mikel Arteta, Oliver Giroud and Theo Walcott remain side-lined as well. The sheer loss of players to injury will surely bite Arsenal. However, the Gunners' side in spite of all those injuries looks far stronger than their visitors and they should pick up the three points with ease.
Hull City has a decent B string set of players, but they haven’t quite found fluidity of play. They have a lot on individual talent that could pull something out of the drawer but as a team they have lacked spark. Players like Nikica Jelavic, Gaston Ramirez, Ben Arfa and co. can surely give the best defence in the league a run for their money, but have failed to perform to their potential thus far.
This game is not tough to predict and if Hull City decide to sit back and play for a draw from the start, we could see the home side pumping in a few for sure.
After beating Cardiff, Arsenal will turn their attention to Hull as the Tigers come visiting to the Emirates this weekend. Watch Arsenal vs Hull live on your computer by joining Free-football.tv today.
The Gunners were excellent in their 3-0 win over Cardiff. Both Man Utd and Man City had failed to win at the Cardiff City Stadium, so this fixture was rightly regarded as a bit of a tricky one by Gunners fans.
However former Cardiff old boy Aaron Ramsey continued his great form as he scored two goals to help Arsene Wenger’s side win 3-0. The first was a cracking header from Mesut Ozil’s cross and his second was one on the counter in second half stoppage time. Medio Mathieu Flamini also scored a well taken goal after Ramsey and Ozil had combined to set him up.
Hull secured a shock 3-1 win over second place Liverpool last weekend. They were very much a crisis club going into the game against the Reds, but picked up three surprise points to get themselves some breathing space. Hull are fourteen points behind Arsenal going into this game
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