Many may say Arsenal are in a tough position to win tomorrow after Saturday’s loss to fellow EPL team Aston Villa. But they do not know that the Gunners have a record of making a comeback very often than most people expect; and they will be riding on the same winning spirit when they meet Fenerbahce tomorrow at the Sukru Saracoglu stadium in Turkey.
The Turkish side is confident of win against the English side that they consider defensively weak and that is what they are counting on; but at the same time they know that Arsene Wenger’s team have more to offer as they have a strong offense and good as well as accurate gameplay which should definitely not be taken for granted.
The fact that the English side are not playing their best football in recent times is what makes the Turkish side confident of welcoming the Gunners on their home turf tomorrow.
Both the sides have their problems before going into the game. Fenerbahce are embroiled in a match fixing controversy and the English side has a never ending injury list of which a few will come off handy in the away game that they will play tomorrow. They will be looking to redeem themselves and enter in the Group stages of the Champions League for the 16th time in the history of football.
It will not be easy for Arsenal as the Turkish team boasts of ex-EPL players like Dirk Kuyt and Raul Meireles and experienced Portuguese defender Bruno Alves. Their key threat though will be Senegalese International Moussa Sow who scored 19 goals of 53 games last season having a successful Super Lig.
Arsenal will miss the presence of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain but will see the return of Monreal. They will go out all guns blazing but it is important for them to play their best against the Turkish side as they are also playing at home and the Turks will look for the English side to falter in the game only to build on the opportunity.
The last time Arsenal played in Turkey they won 5-2 with the Turks and they will looking to continue from where they left even after Saturday’s loss at the Emirates. It will be interesting to see how the Gunners play against a confident Turkish side who will be playing at home.
Will Arsenal win the match against Fenerbahce? Or will the Turkish side grant the Gunners their second loss of the season?
What do you’ll think?