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Why Arsenal's Away Form Remains a Huge Flaw Undermining the Gunners' Progress

08 April, 2019, 01:40 | Author: Lula Armstrong
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Instead, it is Arsenal's shortcomings on the road which have left the Gunners clinging on to their place in the Champions League spots on goal difference with six league games remaining.

They have won just five Premier League away games since Emery took over last summer - none against teams now in the top half - and have not kept a clean sheet on the road during that period.

Afternoon all, and welcome to the latest installment of the race for the Premier League top four.

Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "In the second half we needed a bit more from the game so I changed some things and we were better offensively". He hasn't played for a long time but we know the experience he has, and playing with him for the first time - I'm really pleased with that.

A Phil Jagielka strike was enough for Everton to seal all three points at Goodison Park as Unai Emery's side failed to respond to the early setback, with their defensive struggles matched by a lack of invention or goal going forward.

"With the chances we created we should have been more clinical".

"We have to keep going, keep working hard and play our style because we're still in a good moment".

"But we're still in a good position and in a good atmosphere".

After Tottenham and Chelsea's midweek victories, the pressure is right back on Arsenal, as they travel to Everton looking for a win that would take them back into third.

The Gunners have missed out on top-four finishes in the last two seasons running.



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