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Arsenal vs. Reading

The Madejski Stadium

Sunday 22nd October

4pm

On Sky

Reading v Arsenal

The term 'Super Sunday' was coined by the Sky Sports PR team, and tomorrow it is indeed just that. First of all we have the hate fuelled Man Utd v Liverpool and in the evening we have the 'El Classico' Real Madrid v Barcelona, and sandwiched inbetween is Arsenal's trip to The Madejski Stadium.

Out of the three promoted clubs, this fixture is by far the trickiest. Reading are playing some pretty tasty football, they drew with Man Utd and it took Fat Franks monthly deflected goal for Chelsea to get anything from the game, indeed Reading nearly took the lead themselves with a ferocious shot smashing against the post.

Make no mistake, Reading will give us one hell of a game, and they could get something from it too. Arsene Wenger needs to make sure his tactics are spot on, and the players can not be complacent.

COME ON YOU GUNNERS

Arsene Says.........

"You can only play 11 players but you can educate 50. Not everyone in the Academy can be successful. You know that not all of them will play for you. But if you contribute to the standard of football and players at your Club then you have done your job."

Arsenal Team News:

Lauren, Ljungberg, Eboue, Diaby, Baptista all still out injured, Clichy & Senderos available to start.

Player to watch: Thierry Henry

Henry is getting back to his best. Expect a goal or two.

Reading Team News:

Readeing will field 11 players, one of which will be a goalkeeper.

Player to watch: Steven Sidwell

How many times do former players come back to haunt you?




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 22 2006

Time: 12:51AM

Your Comments

we the true supporters wait with baited breath as you lose to reading MAJESTIC
cusop
A cracking game, I should think. Hope beyond all hope that we can come through this one...Reading deserve a result themselves...its a poser.
Jammathon
You really are a tosser cusop !
radar
What was the final score cusop? What a w**ker, nice prediction mate! 4-0..............nuff said!
LondonGooner
 

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