• ! ! ! IMPORTANT MESSAGE ! ! !

    Discussions about police investigations

    In light of recent developments about a player from Premier League being arrested and until there is an official announcement, ALL users should refrain from discussing or speculating about situations around personal off-pitch matters related to any Arsenal player. This is to protect you and the forum.

    Users who disregard this reminder will be issued warnings and their posts will get deleted from public.

Win Premier League: Arsenal 2 - 0 Luton Town | Wednesday 3rd April | KO: 19:30 BST | TNT Sports

Status
Not open for further replies.


arsenal-vs-luton-town-live-streaming-team-news-head-to-head-predicted-lineup-where-to-watch-premier-league.jpg

Screenshot-20240401-143101-Chrome.jpg

Screenshot-20240401-143126-Chrome.jpg

Screenshot-20240401-143240-Chrome.jpg

Screenshot-20240401-143256-Chrome.jpg

lineup.png

Screenshot-20240401-142907-Chrome.jpg



Prediction

Arsenal 4-0 Luton Town
 

kofigunner

Established Member
Trusted ⭐
I think it’s fair to day that the team has learnt from last year. The City draw is an example of that. We will be no doubt looking to win this, and thankfully, Luton is not one of those teams that can shut up their defence consistently even if they sit back. We have a lot of games coming thick and fast, and I hope we don’t pick up any new injuries.
 

Tir Na Nog

Changes Opinion Every 5 Minutes

Country: Ireland
Need to be hitting four or five here considering Liverpool will likely increase their GD by a fair bit tomorrow.
 

Andrew Cole Linighan

Active Member

Country: England

Player:Saka
I think this might be one of those games where we might get a win at the end. Luton can score goals at this level. They could say score twice, and we leave it late, to win the game.
They have experience in their side, Ross Barkley has done well, and Andros Townsend has contributed.
It might be a bit like the home game against AFC Bournemouth last season.

Prediction :-

Arsenal 4 - 2 Luton Town.
 

BaZZe

Always Blaming Refs

Country: Sweden
Start the strongest team (maybe rest Saka), blitz them and then sub people off to rest when we are up by 3
 

Sulosky

Active Member

Country: Finland
Start the strongest team (maybe rest Saka), blitz them and then sub people off to rest when we are up by 3
That's how it would go in a perfect world, but what if for one reason or another the match is still 0-0 after 70 minutes? Even if we won the match, the match would still be heavy and heavy especially at a time when it would be especially important to rest the key players.
 

Synical

Miss Superstitious

Country: England
The guys asking for mass rotation don’t watch Luton at all.

They eventually lose but Luton are sweaty b*stards who are almost as good at set pieces as we are.

We would need more or less full strength + limping Saka if we’re going to win.
Agree, apart from the Saka bit
 

BaZZe

Always Blaming Refs

Country: Sweden
That's how it would go in a perfect world, but what if for one reason or another the match is still 0-0 after 70 minutes? Even if we won the match, the match would still be heavy and heavy especially at a time when it would be especially important to rest the key players.
Well we have to win, resting players at the risk of dropping points is not an option. The risk of players getting tired is preferable to the risk of not winning. Besides, this early in the run in after a pretty hefty break our key players should be able to handle starting.
 

fute

Active Member

Country: USA
It's football. It is the premier league. Anything can happen.

Let's get a win. Don't care how we do it. Let's just get a win.
 

Rasmi

Negative Nancy

Country: England
If we are 3 up with 10 to go we could give few mins to vieira and esr.
 

dino bravo

Established Member

Country: England
Mad that Luton have the longest run of goal scoring in the league. Scored in 18 straight games, next best is 12. They are no mugs. I hope they win every remaining game... after tonight.
 

SA Gunner

Hates Tierney And Wants Him Sold Immediately
Moderator

Country: South Africa

Player:Nketiah
Saka expected.

Rice benched a surprise, Jesus and Martinelli benched a worry.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

Arsenal Quotes

When I am asked why I stayed at Arsenal so long.. my answer is simple; I never wanted to be anywhere else. I could have earned a lot more elsewhere, but that wouldn't compensate for all the good years at Highbury.

David O'Leary

Daily Transfer Updates

Saturday, May 18

Arsenal‘s interest in Ivan Toney has waned. It is unlikely he will join this summer and neither will Alexander Isak, with the club no longer interested at his £120m price [John Cross - The Mirror]

Latest posts

Top Bottom