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Arsenal vs Crystal Palace: Date, Venue, Possible Lineup, Head-to-Head, Score Prediction

Arsenal would welcome Crystal Palace to the Emirates Stadium on the 18th of October. The match is going to be a very entertaining encounter as both sides are known for their attacking qualities.

Arsenal would be hoping to climb up the Premier League table as they are currently in 11th position after playing 7 games. The Gunners have had 3 wins, 3 losses, and a draw so far under Mikel Arteta. Crystal Palace on the other hand is 14th on the table. Both teams would be hoping to get all 3 points when they lock horns together at Emirates Stadium.

Ahead of the match between Arsenal and Crystal Palace, below are some important things to note about the fixture.

Date and Venue

The match between Arsenal and Crystal Palace would take place at Emirates Stadium on the 18th of October. The game would be Mikel Arteta's 8th Premier League game of the season.

Possible Lineup

Mikel Arteta may likely head into the match with a 4:4:2 formation. The head coach may likely use attacking tactics which may see Aubameyang and Lacazette pair up at the front line. Both players may likely lead the attack due to their experience and excellent finishing ability.

In the midfield area, the Arsenal head coach may likely use Thomas Partey, Lokonga, Odegaard, and Smith Rowe. In the defense, the manager may likely continue with his regular combination of Ben White, Gabriel, Tierney, and Tomiyasu. Ramsdale may likely continue in goal ahead of Ben Leno as he has been excellent for the Gunners.


Arsenal and Crystal Palace have played against each other 46 times. The Gunners have won 28 matches, Crystal Palace has won 4 matches, both sides have played 14 draws.

Score Prediction

My prediction for the match is a 3:1 win for Crystal Palace due to their fantastic attacking players.

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