West Brom v Arsenal

Posted March 18, 2017

"He's still managing one of the great teams in Europe and they could finish in the top four and win the FA Cup". Elneny has joined in again so, apart from long-term injuries, everybody should be available.

Fan protest against Wenger has reached new heights recently, especially after Arsenal exited the Champions League at the last-16 stage for the seventh straight year.

"For us it is vital".

For now though, Arsenal have put a dampener on that, and we still await clarity regarding the managerial situation for next season.

"Always in life you try and get to the next level when things don't go for you or you think you do everything right and continue to live like you did before - and he had the right response". There have been a growing number of fan protests focusing on Arsene Wenger's future, while a number of key players have been linked with summer moves away from the club.

"Every press conference I am asked that question and I have talked enough about that". "It's a odd championship this season because there's no continuity at the moment".

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"We want to play in the Champions League next season but we have a tough job because we have six or seven teams fighting for places, and how well we do until the end of the season will depend on that". So overall that's our targets.

To win the FA Cup, though, Arsenal have to get past Manchester City in a tough semifinal at Wembley next month.

Then came a double exit towards the end of February, when both Andries Jonker and Freddie Ljungberg left Arsenal to team up at Wolfsburg together, where they have, so far, overseen a 1-1 draw against Mainz 05 and a 1-0 away win to second placed RB Leipzig.

"They have experienced, organised and efficient from set pieces", Wenger said.

West Brom have, in general, performed well in front of their own supporters but after they suffered two defeats without scoring a goal, we are backing Arsenal to return to winning ways in a competitive fixture. He has taken the team onto the next level and they should be confident of remaining in the top eight until May.

The Baggies could lose three Premier League games in a row for the first time this season.