Alexandre Lacazette will likely be the man in focus for Arsenal when they face Newcastle United. With six goals from their last two games it appears that Arsenal's attack has begun to function at something like full effectiveness, but having conceded three in return - very almost costing them two points against Cardiff - their defensive organisation still leaves much to be desired. The Uruguayan has been making substitute appearances, but Emery now looks as if he is ready to start the diminutive midfielder and pair him with Granit Xhaka at the base of Arsenal's midfield. However, expect Arsenal to secure all three points over the Magpies and continue their winning run in the Premier League.
"They (Rondon and Yedlin) trained this morning for the first time (since returning from worldwide duty)".
"Sometimes you can have all of the tactics right and one player can make the difference".
"They can play a counter-attacking game, and a possession game, because they have enough quality".
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He called on the governor of Puerto Rico Ricardo Rossello to launch an official independent investigation into the incident. The historical relationship between Puerto Rico and Washington is unfair and unAmerican. "We're ready.
"Saturday is another step we can do, it will be hard but I want to continue [to show] our personality on the pitch and impose this personality on the opposition and to find the win".
Both Matt Ritchie and Jonjo Shelvey were missing before the global break but the manager revealed they are both back in the squad tomorrow.
"With the fans pushing and supporting, we have a chance (against Arsenal) - for sure".
All players on worldwide duty last week returned in good health and are available for selection, Arsenal said.
You never know because your body, sometimes you start with some problems, some injuries and you can't continue giving 100 per cent.