North London outfit Arsenal are back in action in the third round of the 2021/2022 Carabao Cup, as they welcome AFC Wimbledon at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners have been in some decent run of form - winning both their last two games in the Premier League and have not conceded a goal.
After returning to winning ways in their last two games, Arsenal has a lot of interesting matches lined up for them in the upcoming weeks. Photo credit: Sky Sports In this article, we'll be analyzing the team's next 5 games in all competitions. Let's have a look:
After back-to-back wins in the premier league, Mikel Arteta and Arsenal are beginning to feel the chances of more to come, starting with a home clash with lowly AFC Wimbledon in the EFL third round on Wednesday Night. Ahead of the game at the Emirates Stadium, 7:45pm (GM +1), Let's Look at Arsenal Team Updates, Both Teams Recent Forms, Arsenal likely Formations and Predicted Match result.
While most of the attention was on the Premier League, there were some other exciting games in the lower ranks of English football this weekend. One of such entertaining games was in League one where AFC Wimbledon and Bolton Wanderers played out a classic six-goal thriller. It was hosts who opened the scoring with 20 minutes on the clock when the unmarked Will Nightingale nodded home Anthony Hartigan's cross from close range.
Arsenal defeated AFC Wimbledon in the EFL CUP on Wednesday night. Goals from Alexander Lacazette, Smith Rowe and Eddie Nketiah secured a 3-0 victory. We take a look at two Crucial Decisions Mikel Arteta Made Tonight. 1. Giving Opportunities The Frienge Players: Mikel Arteta named a strong starting XI and gave opportunities to some first-team players who have struggled for game time in the Premier League this season.
For Arsenal, Cup games against smaller teams always provides an Avenue where Academy youngsters are given the opportunity to perform in the first team. Ahead of the EFL cup game against AFC Wimbledon, I feel Charlie Patino should be given an opportunity to play. After a hard fought victory against Burnley, the gunners will be hoping to extend their winning streak in the game against 7th place league one team, AFC Wimbledon.
Round three of the Carabao Cup kicked off yesterday, with Premier League clubs Liverpool, Manchester City, Southampton, Burnley, and Leeds United winning their respective matches, while Everton and Watford were knocked out. Carabao Cup Fixtures: Brighton & Hove Albion will play host to Swansea City at 7:30 pm at the American Express Community Stadium.
Photo credit: bleachereport.com After a super pack of exciting fixtures played on Tuesday, the EFL Cup has another array of great matches to watch out for today. On Wednesday, major clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur will face off.
Championship side Middlesbrough have confirm the signing of Nigerian striker Olutoyosi Tajudeen on a two -year contract. The English-born forward have been on trialed with a number of Premier League clubs including Chelsea and Wolverhampton Wanderers but he could not convince the management with his abilities. He also attracted interest from Manchester City and Newcastle United following his departure from AFC Wimbledon.
Arsenal will host League One side AFC Wimbledon at the Emirate Stadium in a Carabao Cup match tie on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021. The last game Arsenal played was on Saturday in a Premier League match against Burnley, and Arsenal kept a clean sheet for the second time in their first 3 opening matches.
In the third round of the Carabao Cup, Arsenal defeated League One side AFC Wimbledon 3-0 at The Emirates Stadium. Alexandre Lacazette's penalty early in the second half calmed any worries, but Emile Smith Rowe's close-range strike late in the second half sealed the victory.
Arsenals pursuit for EFL Cup glory begins in the third round on Wednesday, as League One side AFC Wimbledon pay a visit to the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners prepared for Wednesday's game in an ideal fashion with a 1-0 success over Burnley in the Premier League, as Martin Odegaard's sublime free-kick separated the two sides on the day.
Eddie Nketiah has done absolutely nothing wrong to deserve my disapproval or scepticism, he even pulled off a stunning goal against AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup, but as much as I admired his moment of brilliance, he still leaves me unimpressed which is perplexing. If I said Xhaka was a player that I wasn’t keen on, large numbers of supporters would appear to agree and understand but with Nketiah, it’s a comment that seems less rational.
Arsenal played against AFC Wimbledon in the EFL Competition today. The Gunners were in top form as they gave a stellar performance. Mikel Arteta was in high spirit today as he led his team to victory. Arsenal won the match 3-0 courtesy of goals from Lacazette, Smith Rowe, and Nketiah.
Tim Akinola, the Nigerian-born midfielder that plays for Arsenal is in line to earn a new deal at the club Arsenal are expected to trigger an option in Tim Akinola's contract which will ensure his contract doesn't expire next summer. Though, the Gunners have not yet made contact with the Anglo-Nigerian starlet and his Agency over a contract renewal which does not really come as a surprise as the additional two years is a team option.
The Gunners appear to have finally gotten off to a good start, defeating Norwich and Burnley by one goal each and keeping two clean sheets. Of course, the early-season lack of offense is an issue that must be addressed. However, the fact that Arsenal's once leaky defense has looked solid is a great indication that Mikel Arteta may have finally found capable defenders who will inspire confidence in fans and teammates.
Arsenal set to face AFC Wimbledon tonight in the third round tie of the Carabao Cup. The Gunners have endured a disappointing start to their Premier League campaign. Recall that Mikel Arteta side lost all their opening three games of the season against Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City.
Arsenal FC have been drawn against AFC Wimbledon in the third round of the Carabao Cup following the Gunners' 6-0 win over a youthful West Bromwich Albion side. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang took the centre stage while he opened his scoring for the season by netting a hat-trick, meanwhile, Bukayo Saka, Nicolas Pepe and Alexandre Lacazette all registered their name on the score sheet, building confidence ahead of their trip to the Etihad on Saturday.
Arsenal may start a new midfield pair in their next EPL game following Xhaka’s red card against City
It was a terrible weekend for the Gunners as they fell five goals to nil against title holders Manchester City. In an encounter where many clubs faithful have questioned the manager’s choice of Granit Xhaka and Martin Odegaard, it did not take long before trouble ensued.
Arsenal head into Sunday's North London derby with a spring in their pace following consecutive Premier League victories and reserving their spot in the fourth round of the midweek Carabao Cup. The Gunners comfortably defeated AFC Wimbledon 3-0 and will now face Leeds United in the next round.