West Brom vs Arsenal: Preview, Injury News & Predicted Line-up

By on March 18, 2011

Arsenal travel to the Hawthornes this weekend in what promises to be another crucial point in the Gunners season. Last time we went there we came back 3-1 victors, but this time it should be more difficult.

Injury News :

Let’s make this short and slick. Cesc, Theo, Song, Diaby and Szczesny are out. That’s it. Nobody is expected to return anytime soon! Oh yeah, Jens Lehmann rejoins the club till the end of the season…

Probable Line up :

Subs : Lehmann, Gibbs, Ramsey, Eboue, Chamakh, Nikko, ?

Final Thoughts :

Crap-hole Denilson will play CDM , and Nasri/Rosicky, shall play ahead of him. Jack and Nasri/Rosicky will bombard forward, and Denilson will stay back waiting to get the ball so that he can pass it backwards. Nasri gives us an advantage here, because he and TR7 can swap positions frequently. OR, a better alternative is to hand Ramsey a start along with Jack.

Under Roy Hodgson Albion have become better defensively. So my best bet is that they shall try to get us on the counter-attack. They beat us 3-2 at the Emirates, thanks to a horror show by us, but let’s hope something changes this week. For if it does not I may go into severe depression.

Namastey….

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9 Comments

  1. montreal gooner

    March 18, 2011 at 10:34 am

    no hope with trio SQ18 denilson rosicky , it will be pure disaster !

  2. Dave Smith

    March 18, 2011 at 11:21 am

    I’ve supported Asenal since 1958 and can’t help wondering how it is we always miss so many easy chances (and occasionally pull of miracles). This season( like so many others) 3 goals over the course of the season would put us on top. But I’m talking 52 years and different managers so why does it keep happening?
    Also you have to wonder why Arsenal is so injury ridden. When did we last have a full team out? Is there something in the way we play? Are we simply too good for the opposition so the only way to cope is to cause injury?
    But then having said that I still remember 1989 and I haven’t given up this year. Woolwich Wanderer

  3. Young fabregas

    March 18, 2011 at 11:31 am

    Gud enough 2 win

  4. Young fabregas

    March 18, 2011 at 11:33 am

    Am small talented boy…..wenger u cn pick mi plz

  5. Goonerbeall

    March 18, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    I have supported ARSENAL since I was 10 years old and after 30 something years I can tell you that my last 5-6 years have been bizzare and done nothing for my blood pressure.

    I will support my team as I have done through the thick and thin until the end of this season. Whether we win anything or not that will not stop me from staging an almighty remonstration. I’ve budgeted a small fortune to spend to achieve my exposure.

    I am fed up of being taken for a mug whose support is taken for granted. I need answers to why we always have a” threadbare thin” team that always fall short at the final hurdle while we are pontificating about “running a good business, club”?

  6. JohnW

    March 18, 2011 at 12:47 pm

    I think it will be 1-1, but if we win, it will be good for us to put a little bit of pressure on ManU. I expect we will create lots of chances, but do we have the mental strength to out them away? We will see.

  7. Daniel Marino

    March 18, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    I prefer to see Ramsey behind Nasri and Jack to paly defense orientated as a replacement to Alex song. The we done.

    I also Prefer Jens to be between the sticks to build moral and confidence.

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