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Martinelli dropped, Timber returned, and Thomas Partey will team up with Declan. Arsenal predicted XI against Crystal Palace, with Arteta Men set to humiliate Palace at the Emirates tomorrow.

Martinelli dropped, Timber returned, and Thomas Partey will team up with Declan. Arsenal predicted XI against Crystal Palace, with Arteta Men set to humiliate Palace at the Emirates tomorrow.

After a two-week break, Arsenal will play in the Premier League again on Saturday afternoon against Crystal Palace, a rival team in London, with the intention of ending a three-game losing skid.

 

After losing their rematch against Everton on Wednesday night, the Eagles also suffered a knockout loss in the FA Cup. Meanwhile, the Gunners have been enjoying the Dubai sunshine since being eliminated by Liverpool in the third round.

 

Over the holiday season, Arsenal’s winter offensive problems have become more apparent. After leading the Premier League table on Christmas Day, they are now in danger of falling out of the top four. Mikel Arteta’s men have now been punished for such worrying profligacy on more than one occasion.

Following their lackluster attacking displays in back-to-back Premier League losses to West Ham United and Fulham, Arsenal missed numerous chances to take the lead against Liverpool in the FA Cup until Jakub Kiwior made the net ripple in front of the Reds supporters.

Sadly, the Pole’s mistakenly headed Trent Alexander-Arnold’s free kick into the net, sending the opposing bench into raptures. Luis Diaz then gave Arsenal a brutal lesson by smashing a powerful finish into the goal’s roof, forcing Arteta to concede that his team might have grown mentally incapable of capitalizing on scoring opportunities.

Arsenal fans’ cries for the team to spend big money on a new number nine in January are unlikely to be heard unless they pull off an outrageous loan deal for Karim Benzema. This means that Arteta and company will have to force fourth-place Arsenal—who are only ahead of Tottenham Hotspur on goal differential with a game remaining—to find their offensive groove.

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Arsenal has had one win out of seven games across all competitions, and even that victory came at the expense of missed opportunities in a 2-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion. Under Arteta, Arsenal has never had a worse seven-game run, and they have now lost their last two Premier League London derbies after going undefeated in their previous 17 capital encounters.

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