Arsenal v Everton preview – FA Cup or bust? – originally posted on Soccerlens.comWhen the two teams step out at the Emirates on Saturday lunchtime in the quarter-final of the FA Cup, could we be looking at the eventual winners of the competition? The longing for silverware has been ongoing for several years … Read More →From Soccerlens.com – Football News
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After stuttering in recent weeks, Arsenal’s best and most realistic hope for silverware this season would appear to be in the FA Cup. With a 2-0 deficit to overturn in Munich, and now trailing Chelsea by 4 points, the Gunners could really do with progressing past Everton and making it into the semi-final of the cup.
Arsenal play host to Everton at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday lunchtime in the quarter finals of the FA Cup. Here’s a preview with team news for the game.
The Arsenal manager is looking for his side to show a strong response against Everton after losing their last fixture at Stoke. To find out more about the FA visit: Follow us on Twitter: The FA Cup on Facebook: England on Facebook: FAWSL on Facebook:
Everton manager Roberto Maritinez looks ahead to his side’s FA Cup Sixth Round against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium. To find out more about the FA visit: Follow us on Twitter: The FA Cup on Facebook: England on Facebook: FAWSL on Facebook:
Match Preview - Match Facts - Predicted Lineup Arsene Wenger has some thinking to do ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup quarter-final with Everton. The Gunners were dealt a massive blow with the news of Jack Wilshere’s hairline fracture in his left foot, meaning the midfielder will be out of the squad for eight weeks. Laurent Koscielny is also […]
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Arsenal have endured an up and down week starting with news that Per Mertesacker and Tomas Rosicky signed new contracts at the club and ending with news that Jack Wilshere will be out for six to eight weeks with a foot injury he picked up in England’s friendly against Denmark at Wembley. The Gunners are about to embark on their second bout of extremely difficult fixtures as they get set to play the likes of Everton, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Chelsea, and Tottenham Hotspur this month. With Theo Walcott still out injured and Aaron Ramsey just now returning to fitness, the news of Wilshere’s injury couldn’t have come at a worse time for Arsenal.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere suffered a broken foot during England’s 2-0 victory over Denmark at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday and is expected to miss around six weeks.According to Arsenal’s medical staff, Wilshere sustained a hairline fracture to his left foot presumably during a rough challenge with Danish defender Daniel Agger early in the match. The 22-year-old has been plagued by injuries throughout his career and this one couldn’t come at a worse time. Arsenal is heading into its toughest and most important stretch of the season, which includes key EPL, FA Cup, and Champions League matches
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Probable Lineups: Arsenal (4-2-3-1): Szczesny, Sagna, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Flamini, Arteta, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ozil, Cazorla, Giroud Headlines will be surround the long injury lay-off to Jack Wilshere, which would mean the probable return of Frenchman Mathieu Flamini to partner Mikel Arteta in the midfield pivot. The Gunners have not lost to Everton at the Emirates in 18 […]
Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere is “very down” after picking up an injury in England’s win over Denmark, according to manager Arsene Wenger. The midfielder is ruled out for six weeks with a broken bone is his feet and Wenger says he has gone on holiday to get over the disappointment.
Roberto Martinez and his Everton side travel to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday in what will be their season’s toughest FA Cup encounter yet. With comfortable wins against Swansea (3-1), Stevenage (4-0) and Queens Park Rangers (4-0) in the bag, their Cup credentials will be tested when they face an Arsenal side at home on Saturday afternoon.