Arsenal intends to return to winning streak in the English Premier League

Arsenal intends to return to winning streak in the English Premier League

Chelsea is an extraordinary candidate to maintain the lead.

The Red Devils are coming!
Arsenal are looking for a much better performance when they host Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium in the Premier League on Friday evening. Spanish coach Arteta's men hope to take advantage of the shaken morale of Aston Villa players after losing the last two games in order to continue their career in the competition.

Arsenal will return to the winning streak when they host Aston Villa on Friday in the opening of the ninth stage of the English Premier League.

The London team failed to win in its last two games by falling into the trap of a 0-0 draw against its host Brentford and its guest and neighbor Crystal Palace 2-2 when its French substitute striker Alexandre Lacazette saved him from losing in the fifth and final minute of overtime.

After the Gunners thought that they had returned to the right track with three consecutive victories after three successive defeats at the beginning of the season, they relapsed again to fall to the twelfth place with 10 points, and thus hosting Aston Villa thirteenth with eight points will be an opportunity to embrace victory.

"I am disappointed with the result," their Spanish coach, Mikel Arteta, commented. "After the goal, we did not manage the match well enough," referring to his team's progress with a single goal before conceding two goals.

"We had no composure or control. The most positive thing is that we kept pushing. The players kept believing in their luck until the end. That's how we got a point."

Shaky morale of Striking power
Arteta hopes to capitalize on the shaky morale of Aston Villa's players after losing their last two games to Tottenham and Wolverhampton, after precious wins over Everton and Manchester United.

Aston Villa is counting on the return of Jamaican international star Leon Bailey from a thigh injury after missing the last three matches. Bailey, who moved to Aston Villa this summer from Bayer Leverkusen for 25 million pounds, played only three games with his new team, after missing two games last August due to injury.

 Chelsea appear to be an extraordinary candidate to maintain the lead when they host Norwich City, who are in last place. The London team hopes to exploit the fiery summit that awaits its direct pursuit, Liverpool, against its traditional rival, its host Manchester United, on Sunday at the end of the stage, to widen the difference of the only point between them.

The top three Chelsea, Liverpool and City enter the stage with high spirits after the victories of the third round of the Champions League

German coach Thomas Tuchel called on his players to take responsibility in the wake of the injuries of Belgium's Romelu Lukaku and Germany's Timo Werner.

Lukaku suffered an ankle injury, while Werner suffered a ligament injury during the first half of the match, which Chelsea beat Malmo, Sweden, with four goals without a response in the eighth group of the Champions League. "Romelo has a sprained ankle and Timo has a ligament injury, so they will be out for a few days," Tuchel said.

He added, "Usually we do not suffer from many injuries, Christian Pulisic was the only absentee, but we miss everyone, we have a lot of matches and a lot of competitions, now we have to find solutions, there is no room for excuses." He pointed out that "the two players were in good condition and posed a threat to the opponent, and they could make and score goals, now we have to find solutions and the boys who were waiting for the opportunity have to rise and prove their ability to do the same tasks."

He stressed, "We have to maintain our positivity, we won before in the absence of Timo and we won before in the absence of Romelu. We do not want to suffer from these problems a lot, but these things happen during the season."

Manchester City is third, two points behind Chelsea and one point behind Liverpool, when they visit Brighton on Saturday in a match that will not be easy for the men of Spanish coach Pep Guardiola, especially since the hosts are fourth, two points behind them.

Hot derby
Their way to win is here 
The top three Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City enter the stage matches in high spirits after the victories of the third round of the Champions League this mid-week, as Chelsea swept its Swedish guest Malmo by four clean, including a double for Italian international midfielder Jorginho from two penalties.

Manchester City swept its host Club Brugge 5-1 with a double for its Algerian international star Riyad Mahrez, while Liverpool returned with a precious victory over its Spanish host Atletico Madrid 3-2, including a double by its Egyptian international star Mohamed Salah.

The same is true for Manchester United, who turned the tables on its Italian guest, Atalanta, transforming its lack of a clean double into a three-way win, championed by Portuguese international star Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored the killer goal.

The fifth Tottenham Hotspur derby is hot against its neighbor West Ham United, the seventh in a match in which it seeks to confirm its awakening by achieving its third win in a row after three consecutive defeats that came after three consecutive victories at the beginning of the season.

But the task of Portuguese coach Nuno Santo's men will not be easy in front of the men of Scottish coach David Moyes, who returned to the winning streak in the last stage with a precious victory over their host Everton 1-0.
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