After losing their run of unbeaten Premier League games, Arsenal will play in the Champions League again on Wednesday when Sevilla visits the Emirates for a Group B match. With two games remaining, the Gunners may advance to the knockout stages with a back-to-back victory over the Spanish team, whom they defeated 2-1 two weeks ago.
Arsenal vs Sevilla
The Gunners dropped to fourth place in the Premier League after their loss to Newcastle United last weekend. With regard to the choices made in that game, Mikel Arteta was quite outspoken. He needs to move past that right now and focus on leading his team into the Champions League knockout stages.
They have six points from their first three games and are four points clear of third place. An excellent home win over PSV was followed by defeat at Lens but they bounced back to win 2-1 at Sevilla. They host Lens following this game and then head to PSV. By the time of the final game, they will be hoping that qualification has already been secured. Despite fielding a weaker team in the Carabao Cup loss at West Ham, the Gunners have lost their previous two games.
So far in this Champions’ League group, Sevilla has not triumphed. They are four points behind Arsenal and three behind Lens, who are in second place. It appears like the Sevillstas will have a difficult time qualifying since both of the teams above them must play away. The fact that they have only two points from their three games will irritate them.
Sevilla beat Lens 1-0 at home, but they ended up drawing 1-1. It was even worse at PSV, where they had two leads before giving up an equalizer in the 95th minute and coming home with a 2-2 tie. With just one victory in their previous eight league and cup games, the Palanganas are 15th in La Liga following a 1-1 draw at Celta Vigo on Saturday.
Although the Gunners have won five and drawn two of their seven home games this season, all three of their losses have been away from home. This will serve them well when they take on Sevilla, a team whose lone triumph in the previous eight games came in the Copa del Rey against underdogs Quintanar.
Mikel Arteta will be fired up for Wednesday’s match after Newcastle’s thrilling victory on Saturday, but the Gunners defense is still fairly weak.
They have given up seven goals and only kept one clean sheet in their last five games. Sevilla may be having difficulties—they are currently bottom of Group B and ranked 14th in La Liga—but their offensive prowess makes them a threat to Arsenal’s defense.
In addition to scoring during their match against Arsenal in Seville last month, Los Nervionenses have scored in 14 of their 16 competitive games this season. supporting both teams to score appeals and Arsenal to win
Tip: Arsenal to Win / BTTS (YES)
Arsenal to Win – ✅
BTTS (Yes) – ❌
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