The English Premier League giants Arsenal would be hoping to emerge victorious in order to move higher on the league standings.
The Spanish and Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta is expected to name a strong lineup for the crucial league match against Brighton.
Earlier this morning, The Arsenal players and fringe players had their first training session ahead of their crucial league match against Brighton.
The likes of Thomas Partey, Gabriel Magalhaes, Gabriel Martinelli, Nicolas Pepe, Albert Lokonga, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Bernd Leno and Kieran Tierney were all pictured at the training ground.
Let's take a look at 4 reasons why Arsenal would defeat Brighton;
1. SMITH-ROWE’S FORM: The England and Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith-Rowe would be hoping to continue his incredible form when they face Brighton.
The 18 years old Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith-Rowe is set to feature against Brighton.
2. AUBAMAYANG’S FITNESS: The 30 years old Gabonese and Arsenal superstar Pierre Emerick Aubamayang has recovered from his minor injury and he is expected to feature against Brighton.
3. ARTETA'S TACTICS: The Spanish and Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta is expected to use a 4-3-3 formation in their crunch match against Tottenham Hotspurs.
The Arsenal tactician Mikel Arteta is expected to also use Emile Smith-Rowe and Martin ODEGAARD in the Midfield position in order to create chances for the attackers.
4. ODEGAARD’S FORM: The Norwegian and Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard would also be hoping to continue his incredible form when they face Brighton.
The 23 years old Arsenal midfielder is expected to be named in the starting line up for their crucial league match against Brighton.
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