Wenger hails Arsenal’s ‘technical superiority’ after rejuvenating win

Arsenal managed to claim all three points and keep their top four ambitions alive after a convincing 3-0 win over West HamUnited at Emirates on Wednesday night, with Liverpool, Manchester United, Everton and Manchester City all dropping points.

It was the Gunners first Premier League win since beating Hull City on 11th February after a series of disappointing losses to Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion, among the 10-2 aggregate loss in the Champions League at the hands of Bayern Munich. The poor form saw Arsenal drop out of the top four and down to sixth, with NetBet placing them at 3.80 to finish inside the top four.


Can Arsenal elevate themselves onto the same tally as Man United?

One of the much awaited clash between two premier league giants in the top four is set to take place this weekend when Arsenal to face league leaders Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

The Red Devils have eased their way into the No. 1 place, and Gunners will need to make some noise if they want to elevate themselves onto the same tally with a win in this game. 


Report: Jurgen Klopp to replace Arsene Wenger?

Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp is reportedly leading the race to replace Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who has been Gunners manager since 1996 at the Emirates, according to the German newspaper Kicker.

Klopp, 47, recently announced his impending departure from Dortmund at the end of the season after spending successful eight years in charge of the Bundesliga outfit.