Both of these sides have already played Chelsea in the round-robin event, but neither have recorded a win after Spurs battled back to earn a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge and the Gunners were beaten 2-1 by Thomas Tuchel’s side at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal begin their Premier League 2021/22 campaign by kicking off the season at the Brentford Community Stadium as they welcome newcomers Brentford. An impressive pre-season under Ben White’s belt has been the talk amongst the Arsenal faithful as someone to spearhead the Gunners defence for the upcoming season.
He seems well suited to Mikel Arteta’s style of play already but there is a long way to go and we could see a leader in the making from the England international.Brentford have been praised by various areas of the footballing world not just for their style of play but their management off the pitch too. Their “moneyball”-esque business model has enabled them to turn huge profits in the transfer market as well as having a solid scouting system in place. The target for Arsenal will be top six minimum while .
Brentford will be looking to show why their time in the Premier League is long overdue The jubilation of leading Arsenal to their 14th FA Cup triumph after six months in charge has quickly dissipated for Mikel Arteta, whose Emirates future could very well be determined by how well his side perform for the rest of the calendar year, but they at least managed to win their final five Premier League games last season.The Premier League returns on Friday as Brentford play host to Arsenal, the top flight’s newest entrants welcoming a side who have enjoyed a 96 season unbroken spell at England’s top table.
Thomas Frank’s Bees, who won the EFL Championship final in late May, have not played a game in Division One or the Premier League since the 1946-47 season but will hope that long wait proves to be worth it when they take on the Gunners.Tottenham. There are no such occasions as friendlies when it’s Tottenham. Whether it’s the Mind Series or it’s the good old days of Robet Pires in his pomp, Arsenal vs Tottenham is a game to savour. It hasn’t been much of an enjoyable visit making the short journey north of late. Not in the past seven away visits has victory been clinched. That’s far too long.
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