Arsenal will not sacrifice any competition this season, says Arsene Wenger

Arsenal will not sacrifice any competition this season, says Arsene Wenger

Arsenal will not sacrifice any competition this season, says Arsene Wenger

Arsenal take on West Bromwich Albion on Monday night in the English Premier League before a Europa League game against Belarusian team Bate Borisov on Thursday.

Alexandre Lacazette has scored in both of his Premier League appearances at the Emirates Stadium so far - no Arsenal player has scored in their opening three apps at home in the competition.

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Having bounced back from successive defeats against Stoke City and Liverpool by winning three and drawing one of their last four games, Arsene Wenger's men are 1/3 (1.33) favourites to maintain their winning streak in this one.

Pulis' side have a horrendous record at Arsenal, too, having won only once of their last 14 visits to North London. "I was 32 when I signed for Everton and (the manager) Roberto Martinez said, "You're style of game - you can play until you're 40", he said.

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He said: "It's a odd business, football". "Maybe I got the changes wrong, but I was expecting a lot more from my players".

"He did not ask to leave, it was a mutual decision". He wanted to play - he's 27, or 28. "Even when you play 500 games, you think you're coming to the end of your career and you're not expecting to play many more games".

The 24-year-old England worldwide has since struggled to make a breakthrough at Anfield, starting only once since joining the Merseyside club last month.

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"Of course I sympathize with [Oxlade-Chamberlain], with everybody". "But we're in a job where you have to accept that you are judged every day on your performances". He still needs to adapt to the physical aspects of the Premier League and that will take maybe a little bit of time.

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