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PL: Arsenal v Aston Villa

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PL: Arsenal v Aston Villa
PL: Arsenal v Aston Villa

Time & Location

Apr 14, 2024, 11:30 AM EDT

Dillon's, 955 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02115, USA

Match Details

Doors open at 10a. WSL: Arsenal v Bristol City screens immediately afterward. BG scarves will again be available for purchase ($25 each, cash strongly preferred).

Seven finals to go.

Arsenal are in control of their own destiny. Their fixture list is the toughest between the three title challengers, but one thing is true: Win seven games. Win the title.

First up is Aston Villa, managed by our old friend Unai Emery. He has the Villans chasing the Champions League places and is the likely favorite for a Europa Conference League trophy this season. Earlier in the season, Arsenal fell 1-0 at Villa Park. At the time, the Birmingham side were flying high. Recently though, things haven't been as rosy. Villa have won just one of their last seven in all competitions, and have lost nine of their last eleven visits to the Emirates. They enter this match without midfield bedrock Douglas Luiz, who is suspended, but will welcome back John McGinn and Ollie Watkins.

Fresh off a draw against Bayern Munich in the CL, Arsenal will be hoping to continue their irresistible form in the Premier League. They've scored more goals than anyone else. They've conceded less than anyone else. With one eye on a midweek trip to Germany, they'll first need to handle a Villa team who are fighting to achieve CL qualification for next year. Arteta will need to find the right rotation balance in this one, as several players are still building fitness. Martin Odegaard and Kai Havertz will look to continue their fine domestic form. Players like Gabriel Jesus and Leandro Trossard will also be hoping to play their way into a CL start.

Can Arsenal handle their domestic business before a trip to the Allianz Arena? Or will Unai Emery ruin another Arsenal end of season charge, this time while managing an opponent? Join us Sunday at Dillon's for the first of seven cup finals. Let's keep dreaming.




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