Arsenal will return to good old fashioned red and white for the visit of Crystal Palace.
After another defeat and poor performance in our blue away strip, we return to comforting red and white for the game against Palace.
Our home record this season has been excellent, and it’s safe to say our best performances have come wearing our home kit.
The last time we lost a game in red and white was the 3-1 defeat to Manchester United at the start of December that ended our 12-game winning run at home.
Palace will be wearing their black away strip with pink and purple horizontal strips across the chest.
Oddly enough, Arsenal’s last two Premier League defeats came against teams wearing black.
Last weekend, Bournemouth overturned a one goal deficit to doom Arsenal to yet another miserable away day.
It was our sixth defeat of the season, and our fifth on the road.
We do, though, enjoy a good record against Palace.
They are one of the few teams we have actually beaten away from this season.
Two goals from Alexis Sanchez and one from Shkodran Mustafi gave us a 3-2 win at Selhurst Park.
The hero of that day will no longer be playing in the red and white of Arsenal, but we should have enough to record another home win.