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Arsenal v West Brom - Sat 24th May 15:00

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Would like to see Özil, Sanchez and Giroud rested if possible. Give some of the young/fringe players a go. I think Akpom is back from his loan so he could start. I'd also like to see Walcott, Rosicky and Wilshere get some game time.
 

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My XI:
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Bellerin-----Mertesaker--Gabriel----Monreal
----------------Coquelin
--------Wilshere----Ramsey
Rosicky------------------------Gnabry
-------------------Walcott
 

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Sat 24th you say?
 

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Let's see a fucking goal eh, lads. Is Welbeck fit?

(Not that that would FUCKING HELP)
 

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Fucking hell Theo. What a strike. Not even from a great angle but that was unsaveable.
 

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Wenger will be thinking "hmmm, maybe I can get away with not buying a striker in the summer".
 
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Wenger will be thinking "hmmm, maybe I can get away with not buying a midfielder in the summer".
 

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Belter of a goal that.
 

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Great goal by Wilshere. Missed Walcott's BRACE.
 

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Walcott hat-trick.

4-0 - this could be any number.
 

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Walcott hat trick. We've been outstanding. Wilshere and Walcott look GREAT.
 

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Wilshere looks fantastic.
 

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We were good. It was important to get some form back before the final after a few lacklustre performances. Especially pleased for Walcott and Wilshere who were both great having recently come back from injury. Wenger will have a tough team selection next week.
 

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Interesting to see who Wenger plays in the FA Cup final now.

I reckon the attack will still look like the team that played against Sunderland though :(
 

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Wenger you gangsta.
 

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Happy for Wilshere & Walcott, both really unlucky with injuries this season and are still quality players despite what some with short memories believe.
 

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From the BBC

"Theo Walcott has scored 10 goals in his last nine Premier League starts for Arsenal."
 

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Got in late and didnt see Theo's first goal, but Wilshere's goal was unreal. Sanchez and Ozil looked very quiet and were just going through the motions, but Gabriel looked solid as well which is good. West Brom fans were hilarious, quality bantz.
 

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Walcott's first goal and Wilshere's goal :eyes:
 

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Both Walcott's first and Wilshere's 3rd were absolute belters - two incredible goals.
 

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I voted for Wilshere for goal of the season.
 
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Got in late and didnt see Theo's first goal, but Wilshere's goal was unreal. Sanchez and Ozil looked very quiet and were just going through the motions, but Gabriel looked solid as well which is good. West Brom fans were hilarious, quality bantz.
Didn't Özil have 2 assists?
 

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nope. no assists. I think it was Jack, santi and gabriel
I thought Ozil was brilliant yesterday, but then he has been for the last several months, and he assisted Wilshere's screamer didn't he? I'm pretty sure it was him.
 

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