Orient vs Arsenal: Preview, Team News & Predicted Line-up

By on February 19, 2011

Alright, since the match against our elder twin is over, our heads now turn to Brisbane Road, where we shall face League 1 side Leyton Orient. Now this game is before Stoke City so we shall definitely be rotating.

Injury News :

Its obvious that the boss will be rotating for this match. But some players will miss the trip to Brisbane Road, namely DJ.

Here’s the Managers update :

“Djourou has a back problem, he is the one who certainly will not play on Sunday. We have a little concern about Walcott’s hamstring but it should be alright.

“All the others are smaller things I will assess slowly. Sagna is back from suspension but Abou Diaby is still suspended. Marouane Chamakh will be back in the group.”

Probable-line-up:

———————————————————–Almunia—————————————————————

—Eboue—————————Squillaci—————————–Kosher——————————Gibbs———

———————————————————–Denilson————————————————————–

—————————————–Rosicky—————————Jack————————————————–

—Nikko———————————————————————————————————-Arshavin—

———————————————————-Chamakh—————————————————————

Subs : Szczesny, Sagna,Cesc, Song, Nasri, Theo, RVP

Now don’t get me wrong, I may be completely wrong about majority of the squad. The boss may just play most of our reserves if you know what I mean. Personally, I would want him to play a team which is thirsty for a win. Football is never won on paper, and anything can happen at Brisbane Road.

Let’s not underestimate our opposition Gunners, treat them like worthy opponents, so that we can all go home happy, and joyful, knowing that our team, has progresses further in the FA Cup…PLEASE DON’T GET COCKY!

Guns-out,

The Armoury

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5 Comments

  1. Northbanksy

    February 19, 2011 at 11:43 am

    Too right not to get cocky about this one. Not sure that Jack will start though.

  2. freudian

    February 19, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    yeah that looks like a good team.

  3. realistic tony

    February 19, 2011 at 3:18 pm

    squill with kos!!!!oh dear……still we have a good bench I assume……i will be pleased to scrape through as we did against leeds and huddersfield.
    iT should be close though

  4. T2T

    February 19, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    Let’s be careful about talking up our chances of progressing…
    Even so, I would start by asking myself the following three questions:
    1. Who cannot play (suspended, injured, on loan)?
    2. Who needs a rest?
    3. What is the strongest team possible from the remaining players?

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