Andrew Atherley expects goals at the FA Cup game on Saturday night live on BBC1 when the current defending champions Arsenal host the Premier League teams Newcastle are …
« Arsenal’s second string looks a lot stronger than Newcastle’s and they have the advantage of being part of a line-up that has regained confidence over Christmas amid the crowd have struggled on all fronts in the past few weeks. «
Owner Arsenal begins his trophy defense with a home game that will mark a fifth successful FA Cup run in the last eight years.
Since Mikel Arteta’s side Eliminated from the League Cup shortly before Christmas after a heavy quarter-final defeat by Manchester City, she has shown her form with three wins in a row in the Premier League changes.
Arteta are likely to make some changes to the team that have been performing so well recently.
Thomas Partey could return from a hamstring injury, with Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Mohamed Elneny also in midfield .
Gabriel has recovered from coronavirus and may not be ready to return to the defense, but Calum Chambers, David Luiz, Cedric Soares and Shkodran Mustafi are possible starters.
Joe Willock could play as number 10, and other attackers keen to start are Nicolas Pepe, Willian, Reiss Nelson and Eddie Nketiah.
Like Arsenal, Newcastle left the League Cup in the quarter-finals, losing 1-0 to Brentford.
This is part of a loss in six games in all competitions for Steve Bruce, who was badly hit by a coronavirus outbreak in early December. Allan Saint-Maximin and Jamaal Lascelles have reported long-term effects.
Ryan Fraser is another first-team regular who has been missing in recent weeks. Bruce could try to give goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, defenders Paul Dummett and Javi Manquillo, midfielders Jeff Hendrick, Jonjo Shelvey and Jacob Murphy, and striker Dwight Gayle playing time.
As with many FA Cup games, team lineups are likely to change here very different from the norm.
Arsenal’s second string looks a lot stronger than Newcastle’s, and they have the advantage of being part of a line-up that has regained confidence over Christmas while the crowd in the struggled on all fronts in the last few weeks.
The Gunners regularly switch lineups in the opening rounds of cup competitions and have a good track record to get into the later stages and they are rightly strong favorites to win at 1.491 / 2.
Newcastle have done well in cup competitions under Bruce and last season they made the quarter-finals of the FA Cup (beaten by Manchester City) and in reached the same stage of the League Cup this season.
This looks difficult for them, however, as Saint-Maximin’s attacking spark has been badly missed during his long absence.
Have nine of Arsenal’s twelve home games in all competitions this season scored more than 2.5 goals, and that result should be 1.695 / 7 again.
It is worth noting that apart from Dundalk every visiting team in the Emirates has scored (beaten 3-0 in the Europa League).
Newcastle were beaten to zero in their last two away games, but previously they had scored in seven of their eight trips this season.
Newcastle is out of 10 of its last 11 FA Cup games against other opponents Premier League knocked out, with the exception of a 2-1 win against Blackburn in January 2012. Newcastle win this time by 25,024 / 1 2-1.
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