Friday, 17 January 2014

Arsenal V Fulham live Stream Premier League- Preview 18th Jan 2014

Match Preview: On Saturday,18 January 2014,There Is One of the important match Arsenal V Fulham  of Premier League  Live High Quality Streaming, Arsenal V Fulham streaming is available here Arsenal V Fulham  Live Stream online video Premier League  Video Free The match will take plcae at Emirates Stadium 1/18/14 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Arsenal V Fulham  Live Stream, Arsenal V Fulham  live streaming TV Coverage, Live Streaming, Arsenal V Fulham  online free, Arsenal V Fulham  Live High Quality Streaming video,Leeds V Emirates Stadium of Light Saturday,18 January 2014, kick-off 15:00 (GMT). Arsenal midfielder Thomas Rosicky could play in a protective mask following surgery on the broken nose he suffered against Aston Villa on Monday.Nacho Monreal should be available despite a twisted ligament in his foot. Fulham pair Maarten Stekelenburg and Fernando Amorebieta are doubts with respective ankle and knee problems.
Captain Brede Hangeland will make his first league start since October after returning from back surgery in the midweek FA Cup win over Norwich.
Having notched four consecutive league victories since Christmas, Arsenal would seem to have little reason to fear a visit from Fulham.
After all, the Cottagers have never won a game at either Highbury or the Emirates. They have also conceded four goals to each of Everton, Manchester City and Sunderland and six to Hull in the space of the last month or so and have the fewest clean sheets and most goals conceded in the division.  So where can Fulham fans find a few vestiges of hope to cling to before they hop on the District Line?
Well, Fulham have drawn each of their last two games at Arsenal, and were leading in both. You may recall Mark Schwarzer's penalty save from Mikel Arteta last season which, with the last touch of the game, kept the score at 3-3 and left Arsene Wenger ashen-faced and agitated.
Fulham are also fresh from a morale-boosting FA Cup replay success over Norwich in which they scored three goals for the first time since October. Even better, their towering defensive alpha male, Brede Hangeland, was back in the team having spent almost three months on the sidelines nursing a bad back. I know how he feels.
Then there is Steve Sidwell. Who, Sidwell? Steve Sidwell? The ginger haired midfielder who sits in front of the back four breaking up opposition attacks? The 'wasn't quite good enough to make it at Arsenal and Chelsea' Sidwell? The guy who is solid and reliable, but functional and never flashy?
Yep, that's the one. That's the same Steve Sidwell who has just scored in three successive appearances for the first time since he was a twinkle in Reading's midfield a decade ago.
Throw in the laconic Dimitar Berbatov, who tends to raise himself to face the big clubs, the industrious Clint Dempsey, the ever-ready Scott Parker and a few Arsenal injuries and you have the makings of a bit of Fulham optimism.

Arsenal have never lost at home to Fulham in any competition spanning 110 years (W22, D5).
However, Fulham earned a Premier League draw at the Emirates Stadium on each of their last two visits.

The Gunners are unbeaten in their subsequent nine home league matches since an opening-day defeat by Aston Villa, dropping just four points and conceding only three goals.
 They have the joint best defensive record in the division, conceding 19 goals in 21 matches and keeping nine clean sheets.
Arsenal's total of 48 points after 21 matches is their highest since 2007-08 (50 points). They finished in third place that season.
No team has scored the first goal in more Premier League games this season than Arsenal (16).
Olivier Giroud has scored the opening goal on a league-high six occasions this season.

Fulham have lost 14 of their first 21 top-flight matches in a season for the first time in their history.
They have conceded 46 league goals - 11 more than any other side in the division - and kept the fewest clean sheets (3).
The west London side have let in four goals or more in four of their last six league fixtures.
Steve Sidwell's goal against Sunderland last weekend was Fulham's seventh from a corner this season; a record matched only by Manchester City.
Darren Bent has scored seven goals in 11 Premier League appearances against Arsenal.

Competition: Premier League       
  Arsenal V Fulham              
Date: Saturday, 18 January 2014
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Emirates Stadium  
Live/Repeat: Live

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