He Arsenal of Mikel
Arteta will seek to extend today in the Midlands the good dynamic of results with which it closed the year 2020. After adding six points out of six possible against Chelsea (3-1) and Brighton (0-1), it seems that the ghost of relegation is moving away and that the London team can already start looking up in the table.
No big changes are expected in the eleven full of young people so good results are being given to the Spanish coach, beyond the entry Alexandre
Lacazette at the leading edge. The French striker, top scorer'gunner 'in this Premier
League with five goals, ended a losing streak of eight consecutive games without scoring in the Boxing
Day and has seen goal in the last two games.
West Brom, the most thrashed
For his part, West
Brom will seek his first victory since Sam
Allardyce take over the team. Despite the fact that he managed to scratch a meritorious tie in Anfield (1-1), the arrival of Dudley's coach has not stopped the scoring of goals from the ‘baggies’, the team with the most goals in the category with 35 goals against. With Allardyce in command of the ship, the WBA he has conceded nine goals in just three games.
Albion: Johnstone; Furlong, Ajayi, O'Shea, Peltier; Sawyers, Diangana, Gallafger; Matheus Pereira, Callum Robinson and Grant
Arsenal: Leno; Bellerín, Holding, Pablo Marí, Tierney; Elneny, Xhaka; Saka, Smith Rowe, Aubameyang and Lacazette