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Team News: Marseille vs Arsenal

As we embark on our third Champions League game of the season, the competition takes us to France, more specifically, to Marseille.

A victory tonight in this tough fixture would be a massive boost in our quest to qualify for the knockout stages of the competition, but with the French outfit already taken 6 points from 6 so far this term, it`ll be a tough ask.

Let`s see how the teams line up.

Marseille
30 Mandanda
02 Azpilicueta
03 N'Koulou
15 Morel
21 Diawara
04 Diarra
07 Cheyrou
08 Gonzalez
28 Valbuena
11 Remy
20 Ayew

Substitutes
01 Bracigliano
13 Traore
26 Jean-Philippe Sabo
31 Roland
12 Kabore
18 Amalfitano
10 Gignac

Marseille
30 Mandanda
02 Azpilicueta
03 N'Koulou
15 Morel
21 Diawara
04 Diarra
07 Cheyrou
08 Gonzalez
28 Valbuena
11 Remy
20 Ayew
Substitutes
01 Bracigliano,
13 Traore,
26 Jean-Philippe Sabo,
31 Roland,
12 Kabore,
18 Amalfitano,
10 Gignac

Arsenal
13 Szczesny
04 Mertesacker
06 Koscielny
11 Santos
25 Jenkinson
07 Rosicky
08 Arteta
14 Walcott
17 Song
23 Arshavin
10 Van Persie

Substitutes
21 Fabianski
20 Djourou
16 Ramsey
30 Benayoun
39 Coquelin
27 Gervinho
29 Chamakh




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 19 2011

Time: 7:24PM

Your Comments

Arshavin starting...uuh
ajwb
ajwb, Gervinho has gone missing in games and is due some bench time to get himself back together. What better game than one in which he could have the butterflies to do so; he will be stronger coming in from the bench, I'd think.
Naijagunner
Good luck tonight guys and gals.
fifthcolumnblue
You can we're missing a No 10 in this side, i.e. an advanced creative midfielder. Think AA23 could play that position if Arsene allowed it.
Gooner_Vin
You can tell we're missing a No 10 in this side, i.e. an advanced creative midfielder. Think AA23 could play that position if Arsene allowed it. This game is there for the taking.
Gooner_Vin
R-R-R-R-R-R-R-AAAAAAAAAMBO
ajwb
Goal at the very end. 3 points and top of our group! Not pretty, but will take it.
Naijagunner
Fantastic performance! What a clean sheet that was. Well chuffed.
Rocky7
Didn't even notice; the last 3 touches for the goal were by the 3 subs. Is that Wenger genius or what?
Naijagunner
Koscielny was man of the match for me. Excellent performance and one of our most under rated players.
Rocky7
Will do his French National team aspirations a lot of good too, playing in front of his country men. Alex Song did a job out there tonight as well, though.
Naijagunner
Gotta love a textbook smash and grab. Ram(bo)raid!
nikolaijns
Very happy for Aaron and a bonus couple of points!! As for the missing No 10 I really think we missed a trick in not picking up Meireles. Exactly the type of player we lack and obviously surplus to requirements at Liverpool. I do think Ramsey will fill that role and He, Jack and Song will be plenty creative enough for years to come.
No 10
Kozzer was immaculate tonight, if he could just cut out the panic stricken look he often has about him he cold make sure Merts and Vman are playing for one slot alongside him. His pace, reading of the game, bravery and strength of tackle are excellent he just needs to learn and stay calm. "DON'T PANIC!!!"
LondonGooner
 

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