Our football match prediction:
Arsenal came from three goals behind to share the spoils with Bournemouth at Vitality Stadium on Tuesday, but the Gunners need to return to winning ways as soon as possible if they are to stay in the race for the Premier League trophy. Arsene Wenger’s men face an easy fixture list (Swansea City, Burnley and Watford) in January and they are definitely capable of picking up all nine points from the upcoming games. Alexis Sanchez is enjoying a season to remember and the Chilean attacker, who scored in the 3-3 draw with Bournemouth, is likely to prove a handful for the opposition defenders. Swansea City gave fans some festive cheer on Tuesday, with the team defeating Crystal Palace on the road in the relegation six-pointer, but the Welsh outfit will have a much bigger fish to fry in Saturday’s football match against Arsenal and we predict that the visitors will return to winning ways on Matchday 21.
Highlighted Player (Leroy Fer):
After spending four years at Feyenoord, Leroy Fer joined FC Twente in 2011. On 13 July, 2013 Norwich City chiefs closed a four-year deal with Fer for a fee in the region of £4.4 million. The Dutch midfielder made 30 appearances for Norwich and he scored three goals for the Carrow Road outfit. Following Norwich’s relegation from the elite division, the highly rated footballer went on to join Queens Park Rangers at the end of the 2013/2014 campaign. The Dutch footballer scored eight goals in 48 appearances for QPR, but on 1 February 2016 he was sent on loan to Swansea City. Fer made his move to Swansea permanent five months later. Leroy was born on 5 January, 1990 in Zoetemeer, Netherlands and he is 188 cm tall. His parents are originally from Curacao and his father Lesley was a baseball player. Speaking of his individual awards, Leroy Fer was named Rotterdam Talent of the Year in 2008.
Highlighted Team (Arsenal):
Arsenal are regarded as one of the best English teams. The Gunners have won 12 FA Cup trophies, 13 league titles and two League Cups, but they have yet to lift the Champions League trophy. Arsene Wenger’s team were on the verge of beating Barcelona in the Champions League final back in 2006, but they eventually failed to win the prestigious title. Arsenal used to play their homes at Highbury, but in 2006 they moved to the Emirates Stadium. The capacity of the stadium is 60,260. The Gunners won their last Premier League trophy back in 2004, with the capital club going through the season without a single loss. The likes of Thierry Henry, Denis Bergkamp and Robert Pires were part of the team back then, but Arsenal have not won the league trophy ever since. Arsenal was founded by Woolwich munitions workers as Dial Square back in 1886. It is well known that Tottenham Hotspur are Arsenal’s fiercest rivals and there have always been fireworks when the two local rivals meet in the North London derby.