Newcastle v Arsenal: 1xBet evaluates situation before one of most interesting Premier League struggles

Newcastle V Arsenal
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Newcastle V Arsenal

Newcastle v Arsenal: 1xBet evaluates situation before one of most interesting Premier League struggles

The reliable bookmaker 1xBet talks about the Premier League 11th-round match, in which Arsenal will storm the impregnable St. James’ Park on November 4.

Fortress upon Tyne

This season, the home stadium has become the most important factor for success for the Magpies. Eddie Howe’s team played 5 Premier League matches at St. James’ Park and won four. In addition, the home arena saw the team’s historic success in the Champions League – few in Europe could defeat Paris Saint-Germain with Mbappe, Dembele and Donnarumma. And finally, it was here that Newcastle knocked out Manchester City, the strongest team in the world at the moment, from the English Football League Cup.

Such successes of Eddie Howe’s team are no longer surprising. Newcastle’s management has trusted the talented coach and wisely strengthens the squad in each transfer window. Most recently, the Magpies extended the contracts of their leaders, Bruno Guimarães and top scorer Callum Wilson. A long-term and ambitious project is being built in the North East, which is already making glory hunters remember the old good days of Alan Shearer

The team’s goal is defended by strong goalkeeper Nick Pope, and Kieran Trippier, one of the best assistants in the Premier League, plays on the right in defence. Brazilian Joelinton is ready to force a fight in midfield, while the pace of Anthony Gordon and Miguel Almiron, along with the scoring instincts of Callum Wilson and Alexander Isak, often prove fatal to opposition defences.

Сonvenient opponent for Mikel Arteta

Despite Newcastle’s successes last season, Howe’s side remains one of the favorite targets of Mikel Arteta and his players. In the previous eight Premier League matches, the Gunners have defeated the Magpies 6 times.

Arsenal signed Declan Rice for a fantastic €116.6 million in the summer, but the investment is already paying off. The English midfielder not only cements the center, but also manages to score goals.

Forward Gabi Jesus makes an critical contribution to the team’s victories – the Brazilian has adapted perfectly to Arteta’s football and competently looks for free zones. At the same time, Arsenal have certain difficulties moving the ball. No matter how good Zinchenko is, he continues to play as a left-back and could use some help.

Arsenal is in the title race, and stability matters here – you will never reach the top if you beat your main rival and give away precious points in games with teams that do not claim the trophy. Arteta has already hinted that he might leave the Gunners if he doesn’t achieve his goal this season: “I’m a terrible loser. I was really disappointed not to win the title when we had a big chance to do it. I blame myself for that and thought about whether I am the right man to take Arsenal to the next level.”

Well, people with high IQs tend to be obsessive brooders and always doubt everything. It took the great Alex Ferguson six seasons to lead Manchester United to the title and turn the Reds into a dominant force in the Premier League for the next 15 years. Arteta has been working in London for less than 4 years and clearly overreacted with his statement.

In the game against Chelsea, the team proved that they are acquiring a winning mentality and are ready to cling to even minimal chances in a losing game. The next step towards the cherished goal is an assault on St. James’s Park, which is unassailable this season.

What to expect

We can expect a battle between ambitious coaches with big plans for the season. Both teams play attacking football and like to control the ball.

Will Arsenal be able to contain the superb trio of Wilson-Gordon-Murphy and show their strong character if they get off to a bad start?

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