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EPL PREVIEW: Arsenal Vs Crystal Palace

Arsenal are set to welcome fellow Premier League campaigners Crystal Palace in a Matchday Eight encounter at the Emirates Stadium on Monday night.

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The match is the latest round of the London Derby in which Arsenal will be involved with this season, having taken on Brentford on opening day, Chelsea on Matchday Two and Tottenham Hotspurs shortly before the last international window.

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The Gunners have been in fine form recently, having started the campaign in terrible fashion. After losing their opening three league games of the new season, they have now been unbeaten in their last five matches across all competitions - with their previous fixture being a drab 0-0 draw with Brighton and Hove Albion before the international break.

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The match against Crystal Palace is one that holds significant interest for Arsenal fans, as they will be welcoming one of their own in the person of former player and club captain Patrick Vieira - who is now the current manager at Crystal Palace. Vieira was a lynchpin and a colossal figure in the heart of Arsenal's midfield, as the Gunners put their oppositions to the sword on the way to a trophy-laden period which included the Invincible Season of 2003/2004.

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Gunners boss Mikel Arteta will be hoping to scoop all the three points on offer tonight, as a victory would see them just one point behind Old Trafford outfit Manchester United - who are currently not getting any positive result at present.

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As for absentees, Arsenal will be without the services of Granit Xhaka as the Swiss midfielder continues his recovery from a knee ligament injury sustained during the North London derby and is expected to resume full training in early January 2021

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