Arsenal fans everywhere will be desperate to get three points under their belt when they face West Ham at The Emirates on Saturday after losing their first two games against Manchester City and Chelsea. The fans will be keen to get a resounding win against The Hammers to kickstart their season.
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) 22 August 2018
A lot of fans have been discussing the line up ahead of the game and they all want to see Lucas Torreira make his full debut in the Saturday three o’clock kick off. If the Uruguayan does start he could be working directly against former Arsenal fan favourite Jack Wilshere, who left the club just a matter of weeks ago when Unai Emery made it clear to him that first team opportunities would be few and far between for the 26-year-old.
Now, though, Wilshere is just a former player and the fans will be keen to see him on the losing side when they face his new side. Manuel Pellegrini has done a lot of business with West Ham since he came in over the summer and so far they’re yet to click on the pitch. If Saturday is the day where things finally come together for the Chilean then it could be an interesting match to watch and the Gunners will be looking forward to trying to get some points on the board.
You can read the Arsenal fans’ verdict on their upcoming match here:
CLEAN SHEET and 3 POINTS please
— k (@guendouzio) August 22, 2018
— Lacabeast (@lacabeast) 22 August 2018
5-0 or riot
— Lockie Lancaster (@LockieLancaster) August 22, 2018
3 points and nothing else
— The Loose Cannons (@LooseCannonsAFC) August 22, 2018
We better win this one! COYG!
— Adnan (@LenoSZN) 22 August 2018
R-E-S-P-E-C-T your opponent but demolish them #WeAreTheArsenal
— Falcon (@Spectrum969) 22 August 2018
No excuses lads.
— Jahan Miah(FKA @AllAboutTheAFC) (@JahanMiah5) 22 August 2018
3 points and 5 goals nothing else
— shariif hassan (@shariifhassan8) August 22, 2018
As you can see, the Gunners are desperate for a big win against The Hammers on Saturday and will be keen to see Torreira play Wilshere off the park at The Emirates.