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The Liberty Stadium in Swansea will be hosting an exciting fixture between Swansea City and Arsenal. The match will be played in the Premier League, on Saturday afternoon.
The performance of the Swans this season has certainly been a distressing one. Sitting at the 19th place with 15 points, they have won only four matches in the entire season. They are heading in this fixture after losing out their FA Cup tie to Hull City by 2-0. Suffice to say, the moral of the hosts is certainly on the downside and they are desperately in need of a win here.
Coming to Gunners, they've lost their grip from the top three in a highly surprising manner. The two back to back losses against Everton and Manchester City has shaken their confidence, which was seen in their 3-3 draw against AFC Bournemouth. Having conceded three goals there in quick succession, a lot of questions were raised about their form.
The visitors will be eager to silence the critics with a much needed win here. Sitting at the fifth place, another defeat will cost them the spot in the European competitions. When the two sides met in the Emirates, Arsenal won 3-2, along with a red card. This will be an intense game for both the sides, with the Gunners starting as the favourites.
After quite a humiliating 3-0 loss in midweek, Arsenal will look to turn the tide when they take on Swansea city at the Liberty Stadium on 31st October, 2015. The game is scheduled to kick off at 15:00 hours GMT.
Swansea City have been quite poor. They won 2-1 last weekend but haven't been as good as expected otherwise. Bafetimbi Gomis has suddenly gone missing. They have lacked creativity and hence will find it very difficult to come out with anything in this game despite it being in front of their home crowd in their own backyard.
Arsenal should get back to winning ways given that most of their first team players will be well rested. We can expect goals from Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil as they are currently in top form. Arsenal come into this game on the back of four league wins at a stretch. Arsene Wenger should be able to play his strongest eleven and take the game to the Swans. However, Theo Walcott will miss this game due to injury. Jack Wilshere will also remain absent.
Arsenal looks good to win this game by a couple of goals and ensure that they keep their charge to finish in the top two alive.
Swansea City AFC will battle the mighty Arsenal FC in a Premier League match to be played at the Liberty Stadium on the 9th of November 2014 from 16:00 hrs GMT.
Swansea City AFC have made a very steady start to this year’s campaign with four wins out of ten matches played so far. With three draws and losses they occupy the sixth position in the league table.
In the last four home fixtures they have won three of them while losing and drawing one of the other two, overall in the last five matches they have won just one match while drawing three and losing another.
Arsenal FC on the other hand, has started to get their act together in the league with back to back wins. Currently they lie on the fourth position with four wins, five draws and a solitary loss during their campaign. In the last five away visits they have won two lost one and drawn the other two. Overall in the last five matches they have won two drawn two and lost one.
New recruit Alexis Sanchez has scored seven league goals and is the top scorer for the team. Arsenal FC have a chance of winning the match, otherwise it will end in a draw.
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The Gunners have jumped to the top of the table after a loss on the opening day of the season and beat Stoke 3-1 last weekend. Mesut Ozil was hugely influential in this fixture and the Gunners outplayed the Potters at set pieces, usually the latter’s area of strength. Liverpool’s loss to Southampton saw the Gunners move to the top of the table, with rivals Spurs behind on goal difference.
Arsenal also beat West Bromwich Albion 4-3 on penalties in the League Cup. Thomas Eisfeld scored their only goal in normal time, with left back Nacho Monreal scoring the winning penalty.
Swansea aren’t faring too shabbily either, currently sitting in 9th spot, behind Man Utd on goal difference. The Swans did however suffer a blow of sorts in midweek, losing 3-1 to Crystal Palace in the League Cup as their defence of the trophy came to an early end.
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