Arsenal host Liverpool within the Premier League on Sunday evening, and Joe Cole has predicted that the away facet will come away with a win.
Arsenal and Liverpool have struggled this season and are far behind the top-four spots within the league desk. Both sides are determined for a win this weekend as they gear up for the ultimate stretch of the season.
Joe Cole was speaking to JOE (through Metro) when he predicted the winner of this weekend’s huge conflict between Arsenal and Liverpool. The former Chelsea midfielder has backed the present Premier League champions to beat the Gunners. He mentioned:
“Liverpool. I’ve watched Arsenal over the last few weeks and I just think they’re so bitty. Liverpool, with those Champions League quarter-finals and semi-finals, they’ve got a route to the final now and I think it will engage the players’ minds because they are great players. So I fancy Liverpool to go on a little run now.”
Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta on Liverpool this season
Mikel Arteta has lauded Liverpool regardless of their struggles this season. The Arsenal supervisor believes they’re the second-best crew within the nation and are nonetheless a pressure to be reckoned with.
In his pre-match press convention on Thursday, the Spaniard mentioned:
“I’m not the one to analyse what has gone wrong for them. I can talk about what they’ve done. I’ve seen a lot of games and what they’re still producing and the stats will support that. They are, if not the best, the second best team in every department that we coaches have to analyse.”
“But then this is football, the ball has to be in that net and the final action has to provide a moment to win a football match. And then you have some individuals that dictate the quality of your team. Sometimes you cannot predict those things, so I think it’s a lot of things.”
Arsenal are ninth within the Premier League desk proper now, 4 factors behind Seventh-placed Liverpool. Both sides have simply 2 wins of their final 5 matches and will probably be eager on grabbing all three factors.