We let Man United off the hook, but Arsenal will be taking it out on Huddersfield

Arsenal let Manchester United back into the match last night straight after Alexandre Lacazette put us in front, but our frustrations will be taken out on poor Huddersfield instead.

After a tough match-up, things can either go sour or become fruitful, but I only see this predicament going one way. If I was ever to guarantee that a team would go on and win by two clear goals, it would have to be this weekend, and I can tell you now that I will be trawling on BonusCodeGenerator.com for the best way to maximise my profit on the market.

Arsenal are now unbeaten in 20 games in all competitions, including beating Tottenham Hotspur and drawing away to United only this week. Many teams would be licking their lips at the thought of playing the Terriers at any point in the campaign, and we just so happen to get them at the perfect time.

Our side is full of confidence, playing with shear passion and aggression, and failing to come away from Old Trafford is going to have left our players (and manager) hungry for blood.

Lacazette has been struggling with fitness, and started the last two matches on the bench, but has come on as a substitute and scored on both occasions, and he will be keen to continue that form when he returns to the starting line-up.

We do have some problems with injuries at the back, and it looks like we have just lost Rob Holding in the mean time also, but Huddersfield will have too much problems at the other end of the pitch I assure you.

Am I wrong to be so confident of handing out a beating come the weekend? Is there any doubt that we will win by less than a three goal margin?

Pat J

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