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Possible Line ups: Arsenal vs Newcastle United with stats, form guide of the premier league game.

Arsenal will host Newcastle United in the third last game of 2013-2014 Premier League season tonight.


Stat: Mesut Özil has scored four goals, all of them were scored at Emirates.


Team News:
Arsenal skipper Thomas Vermaelen is doubtful for this clash while midfielder Jack Wilshere, full back Kieran Gibbs both remain out along with Serge Gnabry and Theo Walcott. 
While Abou Diaby who played for under 21 side in midweek got a light groin problem which will also keep him side-lined once again. The rest squad is fit to play.

For Newcastle, Moussa Sissoko who missed last three fixtures for Newcastle is back in action and will hopefully be in the starting eleven along with right back Mathieu Debuchy and striker Loïc Rémy. But duo Papiss Cissé and Luuk de Jong both will probably be out due to knee and ankle injuries, respectively. Newcastle number 10 Hatem ben Arfa is still struggling along with Ryan Taylor and David Santon.

Possible Line ups:


Possible Line ups: Arsenal vs Newcastle United


Arsenal form guide (WWWLD)
Premier League: Hull City 0 – 3 Arsenal
Premier League: Arsenal 3 – 1 West Ham
FA Cup: Wigan Athletic (2) 1 - 1 (4) Arsenal
Premier League: Everton 3 – 0 Arsenal
Premier League: Arsenal 1 – 1 Man City



Newcastle form guide (LLLLL)
Premier League: Newcastle 1 – 2 Swansea City
Premier League: Stoke City 1 – 0 Newcastle
Premier League: Newcastle 0 – 4 Man United
Premier League: Southampton 4 – 0 Newcastle
Premier League: Newcastle 0 – 3 Everton


Head to head
Premier League: Newcastle 0 – 1 Arsenal
Premier League: Newcastle 0 – 1 Arsenal
Premier League: Arsenal 7 – 3 Newcastle
Premier League: Arsenal 2 – 1 Newcastle
Premier League: Newcastle 0 – 0 Arsenal
           
Prediction:
Arsenal 3-1 Newcastle United

Who will win?


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