19 September 2020 22:34
In-form Arsenal host struggling West Ham as talkSPORT's GameDay special finishes off with a key London derby this weekend. The Gunners followed up their Community Shield triumph with an impressive win at Fulham in the first match of the 2020/21 Premier League campaign. Much is expected of Mikel Arteta's men this season and they'll be confident of another three points on Saturday night. West Ham are under much pressure at the moment and suffered a woeful home defeat to Newcastle last weekend. 1 Arsenal take on West Ham in a key London derby this weekend LATEST PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS Goss Arsenal news live: Aouar bid under threat, former starlet joins Championship club GOSS Spurs news live: Bale return and shirt number announced, Reguilon deal also confirmed goss Chelsea news live: Werner reveals why he snubbed Liverpool, outcast sent on loan GOSS Liverpool news live: Jota announced, Hoever joins Wolves, Thiago compared to legend goss Man United news: Woodward responds to transfer criticism, Telles agreed, more to come?
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The north London club were far from their best but managed to grind out a morale-boosting three points as they look to get involved in the top-four fight this season. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta told BBC Sport post-match: "I'm thrilled with the three points. I said before the game how difficult it would be with the way they play. "We made it even more difficult in the first 15 minutes with the amount of balls we gave away and the open spaces we gave them to run into. PREMIER LEAGUE ON TV: Get NOW TV's Sky Sports season pass and save 25 per cent "I'm glad we found the right moment and kept competing and believing, with good momentum in the last 25 minutes. "We created many other situations. But we gave too many opportunities to the opponent in the final third. There are still a lot of things we need to get better at. "Eddie can do that every week. He's hungry and has a great quality to score goals."