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Arsenal vs. Ajax

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Wednesday 7th December

7:45pm

On Sky

Wipe The Floor With Ajax

Arsenal looking bounce back from Saturdays defeat against Bolton.

Arsenal Quote

Ljungberg - 'We need to show pride'

Arsenal Team News:

It's suggested that Arsenal will play a near full strength team on Wednesday. The reserves travelled to Watford last night taking with them almost the entier team who knocked Reading out of the Carling Cup. Kerrea Gilbert, Fabrice Muamba, Johan Djourou, Anthony Stokes, Nicklas Bendtner and Arturo Lupoli all were expected to feature against Ajax but now it looks unlikey.

Probable Line Up: Almunia, Lauren, Toure, Senderos, Cygan, Ljungberg, Flamini, Song, Pires, van Persie, Reyes.

Player to watch: Robin van Persie

Looking more and more like the real deal, quicky feet and not afraid to shoot.

Ajax Team News:

Ajax got back to winning ways at the weekend with a 4-1 victory at home to RKC Waalwijk. With Ajax a goal down they hit back with goals from Hedwiges Maduro, Wesley Sneijder, Markus Rosenberg and Ryan Babel to wrap up a smart victory.

Player to watch: Wesley Sneijder

Has already scored some tremendous goals in the Champions League this season.

Match Facts

This will be Dennis Bergkamp's final ever appearance against his old club should he get on the pitch.

Ref Watch:

Does it matter? They're all the same :)

Match Prediction:

Arsenal 2 - 1 Ajax

Next Fixtures:

Newcastle v Arsenal




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Date:Tuesday December 6 2005

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