We are featuring an article from gooner news on Football Weeks’ today on Arsenal.
Kieran Tierney and Sead Kolasinac had both been injury sidelined prior to the break-in action, with the pair both suffering from injuries.
However, the time off has given the Arsenal duo time to recover, with tabloids in the likes of newzealandcasinos.io that the duo Arsenal players could now feature from the get-go when the season returns in under two weeks.
Arsenal actually is due to play Manchester City on June 17th, and it seems that Mikel Arteta could have near enough a fully fit squad to pick from when he plays his former side as an assistant manager.
Kolasinac’s and Tierney’s recoveries ahead of schedule are good news for Arsenal, as the pair would strengthen Arteta’s options at left-back considerably. However, It remains to be seen if either of them will walk straight back into Arsenal’s line-up though.
At the moment, Bukayo Saka has excelled at the left-back in their absence, but the youngster is even more comfortable in a more advanced position, and it could be that Arteta plays the 18-year-old as a left-winger now his options at full-back have improved.
Man City v Arsenal prediction:
Speaking of this, we are rooting for both teams to score and over 2.5 match goals.
Arsenal isn’t the only team struggling at the back, though. Prior to the break due to Covid-19 outbreak, Manchester City has only kept a clean sheet in two of their last eight home games in the Premier League and, with Arsenal scoring in nine of their 13 away days, the gooner news outfits will feel confident of finding the net on when they meet on June 17th. This makes backing real money casino games Both Teams to Score & Over 2.5 match goals look a good value option at the Etihad.
In the end, we are expecting Man City to bounce back with a win here. They have won each of their last six meetings with Arsenal in all competitions and, considering they have scored exactly two goals in six of their last eight home league games, we think backing a 2-1 correct score prediction is the way to go