Arsenal were Victorious in their last premier league outing against Chelsea and would now focus in their upcoming fixture against the Magpies. Newcastle united are currently one of the most in-form teams in the premier league this season. They are currently in the top four race and would definitely give Arsenal a very difficult fixture at St. James' park. Furthermore, Arsenal are just two points ahead of Manchester city and the only way their title chances would increase is if the Skyblue team to drop points against Leeds united.
However, Arsenal have a win and three draws in their last five games across all competitions, while Newcastle united have four wins and a loss. In the last five meetings between Arsenal and Newcastle united, the Gunners have three wins and a loss. This shows why the Gunners are the favourite to secure all three points at St James' park on Sunday. Mikel Arteta knows that the only way to stay in the title race till the end of the season, is to win every remaining fixtures.
The Starting Xi That Could Give Arsenal The Win Against Newcastle.
Goalkeeper: A. Ramsdale.
Defenders: K. Tierney, G. Magalhaes, O. Zinchenko and R. Holding.
Midfielders: Thomas Partey, M. Odegaard and G. Xhaka.
Forwards: G. Jesus, G. Martinelli and Bukayo Saka.
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