After a two-week international break, Mikel Arteta’s & co. will return to action this evening as they lock horns with rivals Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in the Premier League.
The north London club will be aiming of continue their momentum run of form by record six straight win away from home when face the Eagles at Selhurst Park
The Gunners who sit fifth place on league standings with 54 points, secured six wins from their last seven games in the Premier League, and they have also triumphed in each of their last five away from home in the top flight
The north London club beating Wolves twice, while Brentford, Watford, Leicester City, and Aston Villa also tested defeat from Mikel Arteta’s men.
This evening Mikel Arteta’s side will be looking forward to secure another important victory and move back into top-four spot on Premier League standings.
As things stand, Tottenham Hotspur had sit on fourth place, goal difference between them and Mikel Arteta’s men who have two games in hand.
Meanwhile, last outings between Crystal Palace and Arsenal which was hold at Selhurst Park back in May last year, favourite Mikel Arteta’s men as they secured comfortable victory over The Eagles.
Nicolas Pepe scored twice while Gabriel Martinelli also on target as Gunners secured 3-1 victory at Selhurst Park stadium.
Also Mikel Arteta’s men are unbeaten in their last five games against Palace, with latest contest was 2-2 draw at Emirates stadium this season.
According to the club official social Nicolas Pepe and Kieran Tierney unable to due to illness and knee respectively while Marcelo Flores and Mazeed Ogungbo received their first-team call-up.
Meanwhile the first 45 minutes ended with 2-0 as Palace taken the lead at the Selhurst Park.
In 16th minutes of the game the hosts take the lead as Jean-Philippe Mateta nods the ball in past Aaron Ramsdale following Joachim Andersen’s header back across goal.
In 24th of the game Jordan Ayew doubles the lead, cutting inside and guiding Joachim Andersen’s excellent pass into the far corner