Arsenal take on PSV Eindhoven at the Emirates Stadium in a rescheduled Europa League group match.
The Eredivisie standings now have PSV Eindhoven in second position, and they have had a respectable campaign so far. The Dutch national team crushed Utrecht 6-1 last week and will have to work very hard to repeat that performance in this game.
Arsenal, on the other hand, currently lead the Premier League standings and have been in outstanding form so far this season. The Gunners defeated Leeds United 1-0 in their previous game and will be optimistic going into this one.
Thursday, October 20, 2022
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There has been little movement in Arsenal’s treatment room in recent weeks, with Emile Smith Rowe (groyne) and Mohamed Elneny (hamstring) both out indefinitely. At the same time, Oleksandr Zinchenko remains a doubt due to a calf problem and Gabriel Martinelli a new doubt due to illness.
Arteta surprised some by fielding a pretty good team against Bodo/Glimt, and the Spaniard should also start most of his big guns against PSV on Thursday, with Saka, Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey all set to go.
Yorbe Vertessen (muscle), Ismael Saibari (hamstring), Olivier Boscagli (knee) and Marco van Ginkel (hamstring) are out of PSV’s game ahead of the midweek game due to injuries. The trip to London will be carried out by Noni Madueke, Luuk de Jong and Mauro Junior, a more optimistic novelty.
After scoring a couple of goals over the weekend, Guus Til should continue to serve as the main point at the Emirates.
Arsenal form in the Europa League:
PSV Eindhoven form in the Europa League:
depth, width, width
Predicted Arsenal line-up:
Turner; White, Holding, Gabriel, Tierney; Relative, Party; Pie, Scallop, Nelson; Nketiah
Predicted lineup of PSV Eindhoven:
Benitez; You, Ramalho, Bishop, Max; Sangare, Gutierrez; Simons, Veerman, Steel; Until
Arsenal-PSV Eindhoven 3-1
Arsenal have a strong team and have performed better than expected at home. This season, Arsenal will be determined to win a European trophy and will be out to prove something.
PSV Eindhoven can hit hard when they want, but they will have to play one of the best teams in the league. Arsenal should be able to win this game because they are currently the best team.