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Meanwhile, we’ll be looking to chalk up our 300th victory at Emirates Stadium against an opponent making their league bow at the venue, with only two of the previous 40 debutants winning at the first attempt. Cooper chops and changes During a chaotic summer transfer window, Steve Cooper juggled his pack by signing 22 first-team players and allowing 18 to depart.
With all the comings and goings, it was hardly a surprise that Forest looked disjointed in their early fixtures, and claimed just one win from their opening eight games - a 1-0 victory in their first home match against West Ham United. However, there have been recent signs that the Welshman now has a better idea of his best XI, with draws against Aston Villa and Brighton & Hove Albion sandwiched between a defeat at Wolves, before Liverpool came to town last Saturday.
Emile Smith Rowe and Mohamed Elneny remain on the long-term injury list. Defenders Moussa Niakhate and Harry Toffolo have hamstring injuries and will miss out, while Lewis O'Brien has sat out the last three matches because of illness but has been back in training this week. Summer recruit Omar Richards picked up a hairline fracture of the leg in pre-season and hasn’t been seen since, while Jack Colback is struggling with back issues. Facts and stats We have won each of our last seven Premier League games against promoted sides, last winning eight in a row between January 2013 and April 2014.
Following their 1-0 win against Liverpool last time out, Forest are looking to win consecutive Premier League games for the first time since their final three in the 1998/99 campaign. Granit Xhaka has scored three Premier League goals this season, as many as he had in his previous three campaigns combined, while only in 2018/19 has he ever scored more (4).
Nottingham ForestNottingham Forest have yet to win away this season and not scored in their past matches on the road. They could win three consecutive away league games against sides from London for the first time since March 1989, when the third victory was at Arsenal. Forest could become the first promoted team to defeat Liverpool and Arsenal in back-to-back top-flight matches since Norwich City in 1982-83. Only two sides have beaten Arsenal on their first visit to the Emirates: West Ham in 2007 and Hull in 2008.
Jack Colback is managing a back problem, while Moussa Niakhate, Omar Richards and Harry Toffolo are injured. Go straight to all the best Arsenal contentVisit our Nottingham Forest pageCHRIS SUTTON'S PREDICTIONThis is top of the table versus bottom, but the way last weekend's games went for both teams made me stop and think about this one a bit more. I am still going for Arsenal to win, but they looked a bit tired in the second half of their draw with Southampton on Sunday, and they have got a Europa League tie against PSV Eindhoven on Thursday too.
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We are unbeaten in 34 games against promoted teams (W29 D5), since a 1-0 loss to Newcastle United in November 2010. We haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of our last 10 Premier League home games, though we have won the last eight in a row. In English top-flight history, only one side has ever won nine consecutive home games while conceding each time - Aston Villa back in 1888/89. Forest have won two of their last 27 league visits to N5 (D11 L14), with Brian Clough leading them to consecutive victories in 1987 and 1989. The Reds have won their last two league games in London, beating Millwall and Fulham 1-0 in the Championship last season. They've not won three consecutive away league games against sides from the capital since March 1989, the third of which was at Highbury.
What the managers say Arteta: "There’s no time to feel sorry for ourselves. We have to react. On Sunday, we have a really important game, and then we’ll look at Zurich. “We have to be much better than we were [against PSV]. We knew what they were trying to do and the way we executed certain actions, the way we competed, it wasn’t good enough. ” Cooper: "Even before Sunday I knew it was about what was next and focusing on the coming days and the preparation. I’ve liked that attitude in the team this week. The idea has to be about striving to improve and work harder. ” Team news Oleksandr Zinchenko’s calf issues may see him miss this one, while it remains to be seen if Marquinho has shaken off the illness that caused him to miss the trip to Eindhoven.
They are unbeaten in 34 games against promoted teams at home since a 1-0 loss to Newcastle in November 2010. The Gunners could win nine straight home matches while conceding each time, which would equal Aston Villa's record from their first ever nine league fixtures in 1888-89. They can also equal their club Premier League record of 11 successive home fixtures without a clean sheet. This is Arsenal's ninth fixture in October; they've only played more competitive fixtures in a month in September 1969 (11) and April 1980 (10). Mikel Arteta's side are on 28 points after 11 games. Only Newcastle United have failed to win the Premier League title from this position, recording the same tally of points in 1995-96 and 29 points in 1994-95.
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Preview: Arsenal v Nottingham ForestAfter a wait of 23 years, we host Nottingham Forest again in the Premier League on Sunday who will be buoyed by their 1-0 win against Liverpool last weekend. That was Steve Cooper’s side’s second win of the campaign, but if they are to end a 33-year wait for a win on our turf, they’ll have to pick up a first win on the road this term having failed to score in each of their last four away days.
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Taiwo Awoniyi struck the only goal of the game to reignite his side's season, and while they’re heading to north London bottom of the table hopes are high that things are on the way up for newly-promoted outfit. What to look out for Michael Cox, writing in the official matchday programme: Cooper has turned around Forest’s fortunes by emphasising the importance of deep defending and playing on the break. There’s also been a significant formation change from 3-4-1-2 to 4-3-3, allowing the opposition more possession but less time in dangerous areas. Cooper is still relying primarily on centre-backs who played for him last season in the Championship. Scott McKenna has been the only outfield ever-present, and recently has been playing alongside the experienced Steve Cook. Neco Williams started the season in good form at right wing-back, but switched to the left to accommodate Serge Aurier. The security of Remo Freuler and Cheikou Kouyate allows Ryan Yates to make determined forward runs from midfield, while Jesse Lingard and Morgan Gibbs-White have proven dangerous on the break, with the latter’s set-pieces responsible for three goals so far this season.
Arsenal vs. Nottingham Forest prediction, odds - CBS Sports Nottingham Forest aim to pull off another monumental upset on Sunday when they visit London to take on league leader Arsenal in an
Arsenal v Nottingham ForestArsenal missed the chance to secure top spot in their group after losing 2-0 at PSV Eindhoven, their first defeat in Europe this seasonTEAM NEWSArsenal will assess Marquinhos, who has been ill, and fellow defender Gabriel, who limped off during Thursday's defeat by PSV Eindhoven. Sunday's game may come too soon for Oleksandr Zinchenko, while Emile Smith Rowe and Mohamed Elneny are still out. Nottingham Forest midfielder Lewis O'Brien could be involved after missing three matches with illness.
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Forest have been a bit more stubborn in their past couple of games and have kept two clean sheets. They seem to have found a bit of defensive stability and it is down to Arsenal to find a way through. Because they are at home, I have to back the Gunners, but these next few weeks before the season stops for the World Cup will tell us a lot about their squad, and whether it is strong enough. Prediction: 2-0Sutton's full predictions v rapper and Arsenal fan Dapz on the MapMATCH FACTSHead-to-headThis is the first league meeting since Arsenal won 1-0 at Nottingham Forest in January 1999. Nottingham Forest's only two victories in 27 league visits to Arsenal came under Brian Clough, in 1987 and 1989. ArsenalArsenal could win eight consecutive fixtures against promoted sides for the first time since January 2013 to April 2014.
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