Certainly, Arsenal’s chances look promising against Brighton this Sunday. Given the team’s recent victory away at St James’s Park against Newcastle, the momentum is on our side. On the other hand, Brighton suffered a substantial 5-1 defeat at the hands of Everton. However, it’s important to take into account Brighton coach De Zerbi’s warning, as he assured that his team will demonstrate their quality and return to their usual style of play against Arsenal. This suggests that Brighton will be eager to bounce back from their recent loss.
Nevertheless, if Arsenal maintains their current form and approach the game with the right strategy and mindset, they certainly have a strong chance of continuing their winning streak. It’s crucial, though, for the team to prepare adequately, as Brighton will be determined to deliver a strong performance following their recent defeat. The upcoming match promises to be a compelling one!
The team has reached a new level of confidence and is heading in the right direction as we approach the end of the season. Our goal is to accumulate 90 points and, in the event that Manchester City slips up, to seize the opportunity to win the Premier League. Although the chances of winning the Premier League are slim, we can only strive to gain as many points as possible. For me, the objective is to win the remaining three games. However, Arsenal has been dealt an injury blow, with the news that Zinchenko will miss the remaining three games of the season.
Brighton is also grappling with fitness issues, planning to face the next games without several key first-team players. The injury to Solly March, along with the fact that Brighton will be playing four games in two weeks, might contribute to a dip in form. Solly March and Adam Webster won’t be available for Sunday due to injuries. March was ruled out with a hamstring problem picked up in the loss to Everton. Additionally, they will be without Veltman (hamstring), Jakub Moder (ACL), Adam Lallana (hamstring), Tariq Lamptey (knee), and Jeremy Sarmiento (metatarsal).
My starting 11 would be the same 11 that played against Newcastle, with the only change being Kieran Tierney replacing Zinchenko.
Here’s my predicted Arsenal line-up against Brighton: [#ARSBHA]. What are your thoughts on this line-up? #AFC
Who will win Sunday’s Premier League clash between Arsenal and Brighton? Although Brighton or a bogey team for Arsenal, my Score prediction is Arsenal 2-0 Brighton