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Saka and Arteta Arsenal were beaten 3-1 at West Ham in midweek, although they did leave key names on the bench for their trip across London in the Carabao Cup. The fawanews Arsenal have a crucial week ahead, with a visit to Newcastle followed by a home clash with Sevilla on Wednesday.
The visit to Newcastle is tricky, but the visitors are hoping to continue an unbeaten start to this Premier League campaign.
Newcastle and Arsenal will complete a busy Saturday Premier League schedule with a mouth-watering derby in Gameweek 11 at St. James’ Park. Then on fawanews sports football live today the Magpies can ill afford a defeat after a disappointing 2-2 draw away at Wolves last Saturday.
They are now sixth in the Premier League table, sitting seven points behind second-placed Arsenal and nine points shy of leaders Tottenham.
Arsenal Should Win
Eddie Howe has huge problems with the sidelined players as he is still without important first-team regulars Sven Botman, Alexander Isak, Jacob Murphy, and Sandro Tonali, while Harvey Barnes is also nowhere near return to the pitch.
Daunting schedule does not make things any easier for Newcastle who had to face Borussia Dortmund, Wolves, and Manchester United before taking on Arsenal in this Premier League game and Borussia in the reverse tie in the UEFA Champions League.
Arsenal head north unbeaten in their last 11 league games, scoring 28 times across that run. They average 2.3 goals per game this season, scoring twice in all but one of their away trips so far.
The Gunners have scored two or more in four of their last five in the league, while Newcastle’s defence does tend to have some issues. The hosts have been beaten 2-1 by Liverpool and 3-1 by Brighton this term, while recent weeks have seen them concede twice to both Wolves and West Ham.
The Gunners have plenty of attacking options, while their record against Newcastle is strong. They’ve won eight of their last 10 visits to this ground, including a vital 2-0 win last term when they were hunting the title. Following on from that run, back the Gunners to score a couple at St. James’ Park.
Wilson Will ba a Goal for Arsenal
Arsenal’s impressive forward line does tend to share around the goals, with Bukayo Saka taking on a more creative role in recent weeks while others step up to the plate. That makes their standout scorers hard to pin down, but the same can’t be said for Newcastle.
However, Callum Wilson is firmly first-choice up front and the England international has scored six times across his last six Premier League games. Now on fawa news com ae got a rest in midweek and given that he averages a goal every 60 minutes in the league this term, he’s the standout scoring option despite Arsenal’s good run.