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Arsenal's league form has been inconsistent, says Thomas

Sat 03 April 2021 | 13:36

Former Arsenal and Liverpool player says Arsenal can close the gap to top clubs by two signings.

Liverpool

and

Arsenal

are set to face each other ahead of their next Premier League match at Emirates stadium. Michael Thomas, one of the players who played for both clubs has mixed feelings about which team to support in tonight’s match.

The 53-year-old says that both Arsenal and Liverpool are not in their best condition currently and he expects a draw to be the most possible result.

“It will be a very open game as always,”

Thomas tells

Goal

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“Neither side are in the best of form, so I am not sure who comes out of this on top. It will probably be a score draw, which won't be ideal for either team.

“Arsenal's league form has been so inconsistent. I watch them game by game and I'm never quite sure what mentality the team is coming out with. In fact, it can even change from half to half.

“They are a team with some experienced players in there and amazing young players. [Mikel] Arteta just needs to get the balance right, which I think is coming slowly, and when he gets a few more of his own players in come the summer, you will start to see the team performing more consistently with his style of play.

“I do think they will finish in the top six or seven, but I am definitely more concerned with winning the Europa League right now.”


source: SportMob