The Gunners have won more points from losing positions than any other team this season.
Arsenal head to the Liberty Stadium tomorrow on the back of a disappointing result at home to Champions League minnows, Anderlecht. The Swans are tough opposition. They are well marshalled, creative, tenacious and physical.
The big worry for Arsenal is how Monreal will cope with Bony Wilfried if he is played at centre-half again. He showed on Tuesday night that he struggles with big, physical strikers however we cannot look past how poor the referee was.
It could be argued that had he done his job properly they would not have had the impetus to attack and thus Monreal would not have given away such a cheap penalty.
Overall Monreal has done well out of position but regardless of the referees performance you have to note that Monreal was easily bullied and that’s a concern. Koscielny cannot come back quickly enough.
In the league, Arsenal’s form is improving and after a shocking defensive performance like that it is likely the Gunners will give little away to the Swansea attack so it’s probably a good match to pick up a free bet as Arsenal should do the business comfortably away at Swansea.
Sanchez is on fire at the moment and he will want to continue his fine form. Aaron Ramsey will most likely play and as a Cardiff lad you would expect him to give his absolute all against Swansea and this could well be the game that sees him get back to form.
“We will bounce back quickly, we are really good at that. We have shown that a couple of times. That was a good warning,” said Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
SOURCE: Daily Monitor