Apr 12, 2019 -- 12:16PM, roadrunner46 wrote:
considering he rested his best team against everton, including that as example of their poor record away doesnt hold upto to scrutiny, emery needs to set up the team to outscore them in the next leg, that will be the key to going through.
What evidence is there to assume they will perform away against a decent side?
Apr 15, 2019 -- 10:04PM, lurka wrote:
Yep but 3 points is 3 points. Don't know why anyone expects an away performance better than that from Arsenal at this stage
We can perform away but we are not doing so of late. I don't see/hear people saying they 'expect' a performance away from home but give reasons why we can be hopeful of one. We are in 4th and have a game in hand on Chels with 5 games left. Let's just be thankful for that atm eh.
Apr 20, 2019 -- 7:05PM, Whisperingdeath wrote:
Crunch game is v Wolves I think. Get a win there and St Totteringham Day is back!Don't think many points will be dropped. Manure v Chelski on 28th April, Manure v Citeh on 24th April will probably decide it for Arsenal but Everton away may well be tricky for Manure.76 might be enough points for Arsenal by default but see no reason why they cannot go on and dominate.
St. Totteringham's Day has been cancelled for the foreseeable future.