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Sunday 12th March


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Arsenal v Liverpool

After the awe inspiring aggregate win over Real Madrid, Arsenal really need to kick on and get a run of wins in the premiership.

Arsenal have dillydallied on their travels in the league this term but our home form is pretty decent.

Liverpool travel to Highbury today on the back of their Champions League defeat. Their exit from the competition could bring one of two things, a resurgent Liverpool who are desperate to bounce back from such a gut wrenching defeat or a down in the dumps Liverpool, who struggle for confidence as much as they do goals.

On that subject, one thing we definately have in our favour today is goals. Liverpool's lack of them and our ability to score them at home.

Liverpool's strikers have struggled to come up with the goods this season, I dont think any of them have made double figures (but don't quote me on that) and with Arsenal's patched up defence the 4th best in the league, we have a recipe for victory, although the way this season is going, I won't be suprised what ever happens.

Arsene Says..........

'We want to finish in the top four and we have a good opportunity to show that.'

Arsenal Team News:

Ljungberg out, Adebayor back in.

Player to watch: Thierry Henry

He has been firing over the past few weeks, lets hope he can keep it going and twang us up into 4th place contention.

Liverpool Team News:

Crouch is massive!

Player to watch: Peter Crouch

His massiveness could cause problems for Senderos.

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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday March 12 2006

Time: 1:14PM

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Player to watch: Peter Crouch..... I only watch him to laugh at his gangly features, not because he poses any threat to the opposition goal!
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13/03/2006 16:54:00

yeeeeeeeeesssss 2-1 unluky stevey ha ha ha
zinadene zawho??????
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13/03/2006 17:52:00

To ba fair, I was preyyt drunk at the time of writing :)
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13/03/2006 18:36:00

I'll let you off then :)
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13/03/2006 18:55:00

And looking at my last post....I still am!!
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13/03/2006 19:03:00

I did wonder... have you considered the A.A.? And I don't mean the alternative to the RAC.
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13/03/2006 19:13:00

We need our confidence in this game today.
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24/04/2006 07:37:00


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