AFC Bournemouth vs. Arsenal

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AFC Bournemouth vs. Arsenal

AFC Bournemouth vs. Arsenal Live

AFC Bournemouth vs. ArsenalSchedule
English Premier League 2018
AFC Bournemouth vs. Arsenal Live
Date : Sunday, January 14, 2018
Stadium: England
Start Time: 8:30a ET NBCS, TELE
Live/Repeat:Live

Having drawn five of their last seven Premier League matches, Arsenal will be keen to collect all three points when they travel to take on AFC Bournemouth at Vitality Stadium on Sunday. The Gunners have avoided defeat in each of their seven league games since losing to Manchester United at the beginning on last month, but they have taken full points from just one of their last four league matches and have just one win in their last six outings, so there will be increased scrutiny on Arsene Wenger’s men this weekend.

AFC Bournemouth vs. Arsenal Live EPL

Arsenal have endured a curious week, having been dumped out of the FA Cup by Championship side Nottingham Forest before recording a creditable goalless draw at Stamford Bridge in the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final. Talisman Alexis Sanchez’s future also remains the subject of intense speculation, with Manchester United the latest club to make an offer, per Fabrizio Romano and Ed Aarons at the Guardian.

Manager Arsene Wenger’s future is also under scrutiny once again, with the club lining up Carlo Ancelotti if the Frenchman decides to leave in the summer, per the Evening Standard’s James Olley. However, Arsenal must refocus on the Premier League, as they head into the gameweek in sixth place, five points behind Liverpool in fourth. Wenger’s side can ill afford any more slip-ups if they are to secure a top-four spot and, with it, a return to the UEFA Champions League.