Arsenal have got some good news in the form of postponement. The game against Manchester City has been postponed to a further date.
Hence, the Gunners will have to play one game less from their busy schedule. Therefore, they will now also have the chance to keep the race for the league title going.
ARSENAL FINALLY HAVE SOME GOOD NEWS
The game of Arsenal against Manchester City is postponed. It was scheduled for later this moment. However, the game will not go ahead. The reason is that the Gunners will play their re-arranged fixture against PSV Eindhoven. The game against the Dutch giants did not go ahead due to a lack of security. Hence the shortage of security happened because most of the police officers were managing the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
Hence, the game against Manchester City will accommodate the Europa League fixture. The Gunners currently have a very busy schedule. It is because they are playing in the Premier League and the Europa League. Therefore, the postponement of Manchester City will certainly bring relief for the Arsenal fans and also the players.
THE GUNNERS WILL BE NOW ABLE TO EXTEND THEIR LEAD AT THE TOP OF THE TABLE
This will be very good news for Arsenal. The Gunners currently have a number of tough games before the FIFA World Cup interrupts the season midway. Hence, the delay of Manchester City will certainly bring relief to the players. They will now play the most intense game of the season after the World Cup. Hence, the risk of injuries will decrease.
Mikel Arteta can also now use his squad depth properly. The Gunners have only lost one game in the Premier League this season. They lost the game against Manchester United. However, they have won all the games against other oppositions so far. Arsenal manager Arteta wants his players to keep the positive energy this season keep going.
The Gunners will be playing their game against the likes of Leeds United, Wolves, Crystal Palace, and Nottingham Forest. Hence, many Arsenal fans have termed the games as winnable. Therefore, the Gunners are looking to top the Premier League table before the FIFA World Cup break.
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