Arsenal’s last two goals conceded in the Premier League have come from corners – just one of the first 15 the Gunners had conceded this campaign had come from a corner. Brentford are unbeaten in their last nine Premier League matches (W5 D4), with only Newcastle United (16) on a longer current run without defeat. The Bees are also looking to keep four consecutive clean sheets as a top-flight side for the first time, last doing so in any division in July 2020 (5). Arsenal have lost their last two games in all competitions, as many as they had in their previous 21.
Brentford will represent a stern test, with Thomas Frank’s men having not lost in the top-flight since the end of October. Arsenal v Brentford: Date and how to follow This Premier League clash will take place on Saturday, February 11 and kick-off at the Emirates is scheduled for 3pm. Unfortunately, this fixture will not be televised on UK screens due to the 3pm blackout in English football. However, highlights will be available on the Sky Sports website and app shortly after the end of the match and then later on Match of the Day.
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Since the start of last season, Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah has scored more goals at the Emirates Stadium in all competitions than any other player (13). His 13 goals have come in his last 13 starts at the ground. Brentford have kept back-to-back clean sheets away from home in the Premier League, having kept just one in their previous 24 on the road. No side has scored more goals from set piece situations in the Premier League this season than Brentford (14), with a league-high five of these coming from the penalty spot.
AFP via Getty Images Arsenal will bid to return to winning ways after two straight defeats Guardiola took no prisoners in press conference with City's rivals firmly in his sights Guardiola 'NOT moving' and 'fully convinced' of Man City's innocence, Chelsea eye Osimhen Stuart Pearce stares silently at Simon Jordan when told he bottled World Cup penalty West Ham icon Noble reveals why Hart once chased Rice around stadium and 'beat him up' Potter backs under fire Cucurella as he explains Boehly 'liking' critical tweet Man United face Chelsea fight for Osimhen, while Maguire among exits in major shake-up Arsenal vs Brentford: Team news The hosts are without long-term absentee Mohamed Elneny, while Gabriel Jesus is still weeks away from rejoining the action. But Arsenal have been handed a doube boost with the returns of academy graduates Emile Smith Rowe and Reiss Nelson to training.
“So the last thing that I want to do is to look at them, I want to look at myself, look in the mirror, try to help them try to change them, try to change the energy for Saturday [against Brentford] and win the game. ” Arsenal v Brentford: Match facts With four goals and eight assists, no player has been involved in more Premier League London derby goals since the start of last season than Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka (12). The 21-year-old has been involved in six in his last six such matches, including two assists in the reverse fixture against Brentford.
As for Brentford, Frank Onyeka and Shandon Baptiste are nearing comebacks of their own but Pontus Jansson remains sidelined. Ivan Toney will lead the line but is closing in on a two-game ban if he continues to accumulate yellow cards with the striker on eight. AFP Brentford have risen up to seventh in the table Arsenal vs Brentford: What has been said? After Arsenal suffered only their second league defeat of the campaign, Mikel Arteta declared he still remains proud of his players. He stated: “I’ve just told them, that I love them more than before the game, last week, last month and three months ago. “Because they fully deserve it to where they are, the way that they behave themselves, the way they played and the result that we have.
Arsenal v Brentford LIVE: Gunners unbeaten in derbies as they bid to extend leadArsenal will bid to avoid a third successive defeat in all competitions when they host Brentford in the Premier League this weekend. The Gunners’ momentum after a stunning season has just been halted slightly following back-to-back 1-0 losses to Manchester City and Everton. Getty Arsenal remain five points clear at the top As a result, Arsenal are now out of the FA Cup but City falling to defeat by the same scoreline to Tottenham retained their five point gap at the top of the Premier League table.
They last lost three in a row in April 2022. Arsenal have won their last seven Premier League London derby matches, with all of those taking place this season. Only once have the Gunners ever had a longer such winning run in their league history, winning nine in a row between April 1988 and February 1989. That run included their first eight such games in the 1988-89 campaign. Brentford have won just one of their eight away games against Arsenal in all competitions (D3 L4), winning a top-flight match 2-0 at Highbury in April 1938. Arsenal are looking to complete the Premier League double over Brentford, following their 3-0 win at the Brentford Community Stadium earlier this season. The Bees would be the 47th different club the Gunners have beaten home and away in the same Premier League campaign, more than any other side.