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Pame Stoixima Premier League preview: Sunderland v Arsenal

Sunderland v Arsenal

H2H Comparison: 45-38-53
Last year: SUNDERLAND - ARSENAL 1-3

SUNDERLAND: The words vilification and shame cannot describe the heaviest defeat in Sunderland’s history, after the 8-0 defeat to Southampton (they tied the record, lost another 3 times with the same score). Undoubtedly it surprised the whole island, but also Poyet, who nevertheless remains at the helm of the team, which caused even more surprise to him since, as he stated, in any other country in the world he would have been sacked. The fans still support him, however, after they threw more responsibility to the players, who returned to training on Tuesday, as Poyet was unable to confront them.

The players on the other hand, in a rare move for the football data, decided to compensate the 2,600 fans that travelled in St. Mary's and pay the £ 24 price of the ticket, a decision that has not yet been finalized. This was the first defeat of Sunderland after four games (1-3-0) and remains very low in the ranking, having just one win in the first eight games. They are undefeated so far at home (1-3-0). Both sides scored in 4 of the last 6 games with Arsenal in the Premier League. Unavailable: central defender Coates and right-back Billy Jones (2 app.). Doubtful: attacking midfielders Ricardo Álvarez (2 app.) and Giaccherini (3 app.).

Home: 1-3-0
Goals: 6-4
Last 5: 1-3-1

 

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ARSENAL: Despite the many absences, the Gunners managed to escape with the win from Belgium, beating Anderlecht by 2-1. It would be unfair to lose based on the whole picture, since they were the better team throughout the game. The hosts, however, took the lead against the flow of the game in 71th minute. The Gunners pressed them at the end and originally with Gibbs (89') and two minutes later with Podolski they got the three points. In the Premier League they remained winless for a third consecutive game, falling to seventh place after the home draw Hull. They started very well and took the lead with Alexis Sanchez 13 minutes in, but got drawn three minutes later. They found themselves back in the score just 30 seconds after the interval, but in the end Welbeck formed the final score. They are undefeated from Sunderland in nine league games (6-3-0). Suspended: central midfielder Wilshere (7 app./1 g./1 assist). Unavailable: goalkeeper Ospina, central defender Koskielny (6 app./1 g.), right-back Debuchy (4 app./1 assist), attacking midfielder Özil (6 app./1 g./1 assist) and attacker Giroud (2 app./1 g.), doubtful forward Sanogo (2 app.), available after a long time forward Walcott.

Away: 1-2-1
Goals: 6-5
Last 5: 1-3-1

Pame stoixima Proposal: Strange things happened in Sunderland and we do not know if that shame will give them boost or sink them even more. If Özil was playing we would go easier with Arsenal’s victory, now simply we choose both teams to score (1,70).

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