After facing a predictable 3-1 defeat against Manchester City last weekend, Arsenal will look to again rise when they face Huddersfield, who are pretty much out of the league. Unai Emery’s side has managed to grab only two points in six away fixtures. They had their last victory against Bournemouth back in November. Struggles won’t stop here as Arsenal would be without Hector Bellerin and Rob Holding. Unai Emery may therefore have to turn to the inexperienced Konstantinos Mavropanos alongside Laurent Koscielny in the heart of defence for just his fourth Premier League star
While Huddersfield are able to pick up only 11 points this season. They have been winless after Jan Siewart replaced David Wagner. As per the injuries concern, Erik Durm should be back this weekend after a foot injury. He has not played the last three games. Chris Lowe had been ill earlier in the week but should be OK. Forward Isaac Mbenza has been ruled out for five to six weeks with a calf injury.
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Arsenal can definitely stands a chance to win this one and can take a breathe of relief before their next fixtures.