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Arsenal vs Bournemouth: How Mikel Arteta Might Set up His team

Arsenal and Bournemouth have a long history together, and their matches have always been fiercely contested. While they have competed against each other in many competitions, the rivalry between the two sides has developed in recent years.

Due to Arsenal's dominance, the head-to-head score between Bournemouth and Arsenal can be biased. Yet, recent clashes have generated a lot of controversy.

Bournemouth has proven they can compete with Arsenal. Nonetheless, Arsen has triumphed more frequently than not due to their brilliance eventually coming to light.

There is always a stake in a match between Arsenal and Bournemouth. In this close battle for the league title, one can only anticipate a thrilling match between these two teams.

Bournemouth has only earned one victory in its last 11 Premier League games against Arsenal.

The 2-1 loss to Brighton in April of the previous season was Arsenal's only other loss in their previous 32 Saturday afternoon 3 p.m. home league games.

Since losing 2-0 to Brentford on the opening day of the previous season, Arsenal has defeated promoted clubs in eight Premier League games. The previous time they had a longer winning run was from January 2 to February 2003.

With 27 goals conceded, Bournemouth has lost all eight of its Premier League games to teams that were leading the standings at the start of the day.

Thomas Partey did not play against Manchester City, but he might be available for selection against Bournemouth at home. Although it's unlikely that Emile Smith Rowe will be fit enough to play, he is still not a member of the team. Gabriel Jesus is currently sidelined as a result of his injury, and his manager Mikel Arteta has not provided a particular return date.

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