Newcastle v Arsenal - Confirmed starting lineups

Sherman Parsons
September 15, 2018

The clash takes place at St James' Park while kick-off is scheduled for 15:00 (GMT).

Goalless at half-time, Unai Emery's side were awarded a free-kick early in the second half which had appeared too far out to trouble Martin Dubravka in the Newcastle United goal.

Following the win over West Ham, Emery rubbished claims of a training ground bust-up, and he has now revealed he has a good relationship with the midfielder.

"I think Manchester United and Chelsea will both battle it out to sign him if they feel he is seriously considering leaving Arsenal, " he told Sportingbet according to Metro.

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"That tells you everything".

The Wales worldwide is one of the big players playing for Arsenal after joining the Gunners from Cardiff City in 2008 under former coach Arsene Wenger. "Newcastle will sit back and Arsenal will break them down at some point".

'Really, 200? I'm happy but most important we take the three points, ' he added.

A new era is dawning at the Emirates as Arsenal aim to make a return to the Champions League next year, having missed out on qualification for the competition for two years running.

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