Tag: Arsenal vs Watford
On this week's podcast, Matthew is joined by Paul (and Anita, briefly) to look back at Arsenal turning what should have been a 4-0 win over Watford into a narrow 1-0, and give some love to Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Benjamin White and (as per usual) Emile Smith Rowe.
Mikel Arteta has explained what's changed with Ainsley Maitland-Niles in recent months, to go from almost leaving to his MOTM performance on Sunday.
Join Stephen Bradley as he reviews Arsenal's 1-0 win over Watford in the Premier League.
Emile Smith Rowe's third goal in three games was the difference between Arsenal and Watford on Sunday at the Emirates although on a different day the Gunners could have won four or five nil.
Arsenal fans were surprised to see Ainsley Maitland-Niles starting instead of Thomas Partey when their lineup was announced for the game against Watford on Sunday with the Ghanaian missing out.
Arsenal's men play Watford on Sunday while the women take on West Ham, but the u18s played Reading on Saturday morning, the u23s travelled to Leicester at lunchtime and there was some other news as well.
Tottenham fans wanting to watch Antonio Conte take charge of his first Premier League game will have to use an illegal stream or make-do with the Arsenal match as Sky explain why they won't be showing their match.
Arsenal host Watford on Sunday looking to keep their winning run going, let's take a look at our predicted lineup for the match.
Although Mikel Arteta was not able to say when he thought Kieran Tierney would return to fitness, Scotland's manager Steve Clarke expects the full-back to be fit for the international break.
Arsenal played another behind-closed-doors friendly today, as they continue their pre-season preparations with a match against Premier League Watford.
Arsenal got a win against Watford on the final day of the season to sneak up into eighth place and build some momentum for the FA Cup final.
Mike Dean's face might well go down as one of the highlights of this awful Arsenal season, but having to wait until the end of July for it was almost worth everything else we had to go through.
Arsenal host Watford at the Emirates Stadium in the final game of the Premier League season on Sunday, without a huge amount to play for.
Arsenal head into their final league game of the season this weekend knowing something has gone badly wrong as the club face their worst finish for 25 years.