It seems that Arsenal have no new injury problems when they host Newcastle at the beautiful Emirates Stadium on Monday night, and they will want to get all three points from the game, to help them qualify for the Champions League, which they have done in every season Arsene Wenger has been the manager at Arsenal – since way back in the 1996-1997 season.
Arsene Wenger – no new injury problems
This is what Arsene has said about the injury situation at the top London club:
“Everyone that was available for Hull last week will be available for Newcastle.” “Vermaelen could also be back and so everyone should be there apart from Gibbs and not Diaby yet.”
“Wilshere and Walcott of course are still also out.” “Jack is progressing well and he’s still on course to be back with the team in those last couple of games.”
Newcastle were on 46 points after 30 games played, but it looks like we will still not make 50 points this season. 🙁
It’s very hard to believe we can get anything out of two of our last three games – at the Emirates on Monday night and at Anfield on the last day of the season – Sunday May 11th – which may turn out to be a huge Liverpool celebration, as they potentially win the Premier League for the very first time.
Our best chance for points is a win at home to Cardiff City, but that would mean we will have taken only 3 points form our last eight games, and even a win against Cardiff City – third bottom of the league and at home – is not guaranteed.
We just have to hope for three top performances in our last three games – and it’s looking like Alan Pardew’s job could be on the line, and could depend on how we perform in these last three games.
We hope Alan can motivate the players for these last three games of the season, which he’s had difficulty doing this year – for whatever reason.