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‘I Thinks Will Need This Display Again’: Watch The Ways Arsenal Defeat Crystal Palace In The EPL Last Term

The last outings between Arsenal and Crystal Palace was hold at Selhurst Park back in May, and Mikel Arteta’s men are secured comfortable victory over The Eagles.

The Gunners are made perfect start to the game and found themselves lead inside 10 minutes through Nicolas Pepe, who delivered superb finish after Kieran Tierney cross with the fullback had been released by a slick backheel from Bukayo Saka.

Crystal Palace levelled in the second-half when Christian Benteke headed home an Andros Townsend free kick shortly after the hour mark.

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The Gunners, then, restored themselves towards the end of the game as they scored two fantastic goals through substitute Gabriel Martinelli and Nicolas Pepe.

The Brazilian forward, who came off the bench delivered a scrappy finish after Martin Odegaard produced a magnificent piece of passing.

Nicolas Pepe then, made it 3-1 after bursting through the hosts’ defence. Now another mouthwatering clash set to hold at Emirates stadium on Monday evening, and Mikel Arteta’s men will be aiming of secure another important victory in the Premier League.

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The Gunners are unbeaten in their last four games against Crystal Palace and secured all three points when the pair last met back in May.

The Gunners sit three points and three places above Palace as things stand and have won four of their last five matches in all competitions, while the Eagles have lost two of their last three away games in league and cup.

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Despite, The Eagles have proven a tough team to beat in recent weeks their away form hasn’t been great and the thoughts are that they might struggle at the Emirates.

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