Friday, 29 November 2013

Cardiff V Arsenal live Stream Premier League – Preview 30 Nov 2013

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Arsenal's Theo Walcott has made back-to-back substitute appearances and will be pushing for a starting berth.
Defender Kieran Gibbs returns to the squad after illnes
It became part of football folklore. Arsenal against Cardiff City in the 1927 FA Cup final, featuring the first ever Cup final radio commentary.
The Bluebirds became the first, and still only, team to take the trophy out of England. But the only goal of the game became a nightmarish legend among goalkeepers.
With 16 minutes left Scotsman Hugh Ferguson bobbled in a poor 25-yard daisy-cutter. Gunners keeper Dan Lewis, a Welshman of all things, let the ball slip out of his feeble grasp and under his left arm. It trickled towards the goal with the keeper turning to scoop it up, only to knock it into the net.
Arsenal's hierarchy blamed the sheen on Lewis' new Cup final jersey. From then on, Arsenal goalkeepers wore old, unwashed kit in subsequent finals.
You won't find Wojciech Szczesny taking any chances. His growing maturity and run of five clean sheets in his last six games are significant features of Arsenal's season to date.
Aaron Ramsey goes back to Cardiff as the Premier League's player of the season so far, and Jack Wilshere is bang on form. There are many reasons to be fearful if you're a Cardiff fan.
But let's not forget the league leaders had a Champions League match on Tuesday. We'd better also remember that Cardiff have beaten Manchester City at home, held Everton and Manchester United, and were unlucky to lose to Tottenham late on.
This is the first league meeting between the two since 1962. It was the year Decca Records turned down the Beatles and signed The Tremeloes. What a mistake to make!
Szczesny can't afford one here. Even in an old dirty kit he mustn't be left The Fool on the Hill as the Long and Winding Road takes another unpredictable Saturday turn.

This is their first league meeting since 17 March 1962 - a 1-1 draw at Arsenal.
The most recent encounter was a 4-0 FA Cup fourth-round replay victory for Arsenal in February 2009.

Cardiff have yet to lead a game at half-time this season.
Only Manchester United and Aston Villa have gained more points from losing positions than Cardiff this season (five).
Three of Cardiff's six home games this season have been decided by goals in the 87th minute or later (W1, D1, L1).
The Bluebirds have only lost three of their seven games against top-half opposition this season (W2, D2).
Peter Odemwingie has scored in two of his three Premier League starts against Arsenal.

Arsenal have the best away record in the Premier League (W4, D1, L1).
Their last away game, a 1-0 defeat at Manchester United, was the only league match they have failed to score in this season.
Jack Wilshere has four goals in his last eight games for Arsenal.
Aaron Ramsey has made more tackles than any other player in the Premier League this season (57).

Competition: Premier League
Cardiff V Arsenal                                                                 
Date: Saturday, 30th Nov 2013
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Cardiff City Stadium                            
Live/Repeat: Live

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