Arsenal will face Huddersfield Town in match week 16 of the Premier League, at Emirates Stadium on Saturday (12/08/2018). In the middle of the fire condition, the London Cannon team had the opportunity to pick three points.
Arsenal have not lost in the last 20 matches in all competitions this season. They were able to pick 15 wins and five draws.
It was Arsenal’s best notch since November 2007. At that time, they recorded 28 matches not to defeat in all competitions.
Together with Huddersfield, Arsenal have the opportunity to extend the slick trend. Moreover, the Gunners armed with brilliant scores counter Huddersfield, namely eight wins and two draws from the last 10 meetings.
If you managed to gain three points, Arsenal had the chance to break into the top four positions. They currently occupy the order of five Premier League standings with a value of 31, losing on goal difference from Chelsea in fourth place.
“We are very confident in the way we work, prepare ourselves, respect, encourage with supporters with us at Emirates Stadium and feel enthusiasm with supporters,” said Arsenal manager Unai Emery.
“Connecting with supporters and every team that plays against Arsenal, they have to work hard against us,” continued the former Paris Saint-Germain coach.
Meanwhile, Huddersfield Town is in a bad condition. They swallowed two consecutive defeats in the league, namely cons Brighton (1-2) and against Bournemouth (1-2).
Not only that, The Terriers also often has trouble gaining three points when playing at home. They only picked one victory and swallowed four defeats from the last 10 away games in the Premier League this season.
This unsatisfactory incision made Huddersfield Town in 17th place in the Premier League standings. They are only one point ahead of Southampton in 18th, or the relegation zone deadline.
Together with Arsenal, Huddersfield tried to finish the bad result. Although not easy, The Terriers will try to trouble the London Cannon team.
“In a situation like this we need to be more focused, show more concentration and also be more assertive,” Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner said.
“We also have to be more brutal in one or another situation to make sure we show everyone if we struggle to keep the ball from going into the goal. This is definitely, very, very important on Saturday against Arsenal,” he continued.