Huddersfield Town vs Arsenal : Arsenal vs. Huddersfield Town: Premier League prediction, pick, TV channel, live stream, watch online.Premier League action resumes this weekend with Arsenal visiting Huddersfield Town in a match where nothing short of a victory will be acceptable for the Gunners. Unai Emery’s team has gone from fourth place to sixth and rest three points behind the final Champions League spot. The Gunners are 14-5-6 and are coming off a tough 3-1 win at Manchester City. Meanwhile, Huddersfield is bottom of the table and headed for relegation, it would seem. With a record of 2-5-18, the club has just 11 points and are 13 points from safety. In 25 league games this season, Huddersfield has scored just 13 goals.
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It’s a three-way battle for fourth place at the moment, and Arsenal is the one worst off. Trailing Chelsea by three points and Manchester United by two, these are the games that you have to win to have much of a chance.
You can pen this team in for relegation. Two wins from 25, they are 13 points out of the drop zone already. They are going to need to win like three in a row soon to have any chance. This team hasn’t scored in its last four matches.
As expected, a bounce back and plenty of goals for Unai Emery’s crew.Arsenal’s away form has been poor since mid-December, but surely they cannot fail to beat a Huddersfield side who are heading relentlessly towards relegation from the Premier League.
In fairness to the Gunners, they have had to visit Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United within their last six away league games, yet have also lost to Southampton and West Ham and drawn at Brighton.
But the fact remains that you have to go back to January 2015 to find the last time Arsenal won away to one of the other ‘big six’ in the Premier League.
However, they could not hope for a more straightforward road trip than to face a Huddersfield side who have completely forgotten the art of scoring goals and appear not to have improved for their recent change of manager, Jan Siewert replacing David Wagner.
The Terriers are now a lost cause as far as avoiding relegation is concerned, 14 points from safety factoring in goal difference, and Siewert’s task must now be about planning for next season’s campaign in the Championship.