- Tue Sep 26 4:42 PM
ALEXIS SANCHEZ has expressed his happiness after an influential display for Arsenal in yesterday’s 2-0 win over West Brom.
- Mon Sep 25 11:24 PM
The Chile international has not started the Gunners's past two league games but makes a welcome return to the team against West Brom
- Mon Sep 25 11:17 PM
A brace from Alexandre Lacazette helped seal a 2-0 win for the Gunners on Monday night and extend their unbeaten run to five games in all competitions
London Evening Standard
- Mon Sep 25 7:05 PM
Alexis Sanchez has returned to the Arsenal starting lineup after missing the XI that began the 0-0 draw at Chelsea eight days ago, but there is still no room for Mesut Ozil in the starting XI.
- Mon Sep 25 6:59 PM
ARSENAL stars Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil will start against West Brom tonight.
- Mon Sep 25 2:33 PM
SkySports West Brom's Gareth McAuley
is back in Northern Ireland's squad for the World Cup Qualifiers against Germany and Norway next month, while Millwall's George Saville and Kilmarnock's Jordan Jones have received their first call-ups. Defender McAuley, 37 and more »
- Mon Sep 25 2:24 PM
West Brom's Gareth McAuley
is back in Northern Ireland's squad for the World Cup Qualifiers against Germany and Norway next month, while Millwall's George Saville and Kilmarnock's Jordan Jones have received their first call-ups.
- Mon Sep 25 1:28 PM
West Brom defender Gareth McAuley
returns for Northern Ireland's final two World Cup qualifiers against Germany and Norway.
- Mon Sep 25 10:03 AM
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has reportedly been handed a double fitness boost ahead of his side’s encounter with West Bromwich Albion on Monday night. The Gunners will be looking to extend their four-game unbeaten run in all competitions when they take on the Baggies and avoid slipping further beh...
- Sun Sep 24 4:20 PM
MESUT OZIL has handed Arsenal a huge injury boost after taking full part in training ahead of the Gunners' clash with West Bromwich Albion tomorrow .
- Sat Sep 23 9:51 AM
Carroll made his second start at West Brom last weekend since returning from five months out with a groin injury and is set to lead the line again at the London Stadium
|Initially, I thought it had hit a body and gone in,
Pardew told a news conference. I wasn't even sure it was an own goal from where I was sitting.
I'd be foolish not say I don't like Danny Ings because I quite like him,
said Pardew. It's a shame about his injury – he's had to battle back and everyone wishes him well.
It's a game that you have to look forward to as players because it is a venue and stadium you dream of playing at when you're growing up,
Pardew told reporters.
January is not far away and we are going to have to look at that area if we can't increase our goalscoring ratio,