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SportUnbeaten in 20, but Emery still has problems to solve

15:30  06 december  2018
15:30  06 december  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Emery expecting tough test from Bournemouth

Emery expecting tough test from Bournemouth Arsenal manager Unai Emery is expecting a difficult test from Bournemouth on Sunday afternoon. The Gunners head into the match in a good run of form but will be well aware of the threat that their opponents will pose, with Eddie Howe’s men performing impressively this season. Bournemouth are currently sat in sixth place on the Premier League table and trail Arsenal by only four points, with Emery’s men just outside the Champions League places in fifth. The Spaniard addressed the media ahead of his side’s trip down south on Sunday and was full of praise for the Cherries. As quoted by Arsenal’s official club website, the manager said: “I know that we are going to have to play at a very high level in order to get the three points because Bournemouth are doing some great work, they have some fantastic players.” “I think that most of all, they have that confidence at the moment which is making them a truly tough proposition.” The North London outfit have lost only twice in the Premier League this term and will be desperate to extend their recent unbeaten run. However, as Emery is well aware of, Bournemouth will be no pushovers and Arsenal will need to be at their best if they are to come away from the Vitality Stadium with all three points.

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Arsenal’s 20 game unbeaten run will have left many fans with the type optimism they’ve not felt in quite some time. They boast the Premier League’s top marksman in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. They’ve successfully qualified as group winners in the Europa League, and have put in impressive performances against Liverpool, and most emphatically against bitter North London rivals Tottenham.

Plenty is going well, but Emery is someone who consistently talks about the need for improvement in his post-match interviews. He’ll be keen to address a number of issues as Arsenal look to continue their ascent.

Two draws in the most recent run of fixtures have been most notable. Arsenal gifted Crystal Palace two penalties on their trip to Selhurst Park, while an 86th minute Mkhitaryan cross somehow found the back of the net to rescue a point against Wolves. In what looks to be the most competitive race for the top four ever, Arsenal will need to be picking up maximum points against the majority of the bottom half.

Emery pushing Ozil for greater consistency

Emery pushing Ozil for greater consistency The challenge for Mesut Ozil is to produce telling performances on a more consistent level, according to Arsenal boss Unai Emery.

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Another slight worry for Emery has to be that his team is regularly under-performing in the first 45 minutes. So far in the league this season Arsenal have failed to take a lead in to the half time break, and have looked off the pace on a number of occasions. Conversely, in the second half of games Arsenal have been rampant, with a goal difference only bettered by reigning champions Manchester City.

Then there is the curious case of Mesut Ozil. The play-makers ability is unquestionable, but other than a breathtaking cameo against Leicester his form this season has been underwhelming. There has also been talk of Ozil taking umbrage at not being included in the starting eleven, before conspicuously withdrawing from the squad due to another of his seemingly chronic back spasms. If Ozil isn’t a player that fits in to Emery’s system, then it leaves Arsenal with a bit of a conundrum. Due to his gargantuan weekly salary they will find it difficult to offload the German, and it’s a lot of money for super sub, if he’ll even sit on the bench.

Emery claims next week is a 'big moment' for Arsenal

Emery claims next week is a 'big moment' for Arsenal Unai Emery claims Arsenal are in a ‘big moment’, with their next two games in the Premier League likely to prove crucial in the title race. Currently unbeaten in the league, the Gunners will host Tottenham in the North London derby on Sunday, before travelling to Old Trafford to face Manchester United three days later. And Emery says that the two games represent a huge opportunity for Arsenal to move up the league table and show that they mean business. As reported by the club’s official website, Emery said: “They are two matches that will give us the chances in the table. How will we respond against them? For me it’s a very exciting moment as well because I am looking forward to arriving in the big matches.” “For me, it’s a big experience and a big moment. In the title race, I think we are close to the position we want, and Sunday is a good chance for us to continue that.” “Each match for me is very special. The derby is perhaps more special because my responsibility is bigger because of every supporter. Also we need three points in the league because we want to be closer to the other teams, like Tottenham, and we have this challenge.” “Every match at the Emirates is a very big match. We can watch different games there but it always has a very big atmosphere with our supporters. On Sunday I know that if one friend is asking me if I have a ticket for Sunday, it’s not possible because it’s full.

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With a few injuries starting to creep in, it will be interesting to see how Emery manages his squad throughout the congested Christmas period. Over the next month Arsenal play all four of the current bottom four, games they will be expected to dominate, but they also have a Carabao Cup quarter-final against Tottenham, and a difficult trip to Anfield.

If Arsenal can remain unbeaten during this period it will take Emery one step closer to something resembling a successful first season in the job. If not, then the Arsenal board have some big decisions to make heading into the January transfer window.

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Emery confirms Bellerin faces 'weeks' on the sidelines.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery has revealed that Hector Bellerin is facing ‘weeks’ on the sidelines after picking up an injury against Southampton. As quoted by BBC Sport, the Spaniard delivered an update on the condition of his compatriot, who was forced off at half-time in the Gunners’ 3-2 defeat against the Saints. The loss means that Arsenal’s 22-game unbeaten run in all competitions has come to an end, leaving Emery and his men with plenty of food for thought. Speaking to the media following the crushing blow at St Mary’s Stadium, Emery was unable to provide particularly positive news on the full-back’s situation. The manager said: “Bellerin has a small injury – he is going to be some weeks off I think.” It is reported that the 23-year-old has sustained a calf injury, adding to Arsenal’s ongoing defensive woes in terms of injuries. Emery will be desperately keen for Bellerin to make a speedy return to action but is likely to call on Stephan Lichtsteiner on the right-hand side of defence over the festive period of fixtures.

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