Arsenal are a top priced 1.57 with Betfred and Paddy Power to enhance their excellent record against Everton at the Emirates this weekend, and another three points looks on the cards if the stats are anything to go by.
Everybody loves a reminisce every now and then. Here at WTTGT we love nothing more than a glorified twinkle of the brain, so today we launch Deano’s Memoires, brought to you by our latest talent, Dean Scott. The Arsenal die hard of 37 years will pour out his thoughts weekly into the WTTGT font of […]
Arsenal travelled to Greece with qualification already secure into the next round of the Champions League – the only English team guaranteed this feat before kick-off last night. But, it was the Greeks who spoiled the party as they ran out winners. Read the match report and watch video highlights here on WTTGT.
The lethargic Dane was back in action this weekend for Sunderland as they travelled to Molineux to take on Wolves. And, he gave a rather too common mediocre performance for his new club… David McManus gives the lowdown in Bentdner Watch, Episode 6 here on WTTGT.
So, another three points in the bag and a top four is looking like it may happen.
Amoy Ghoshel, AKA The Goonerater returns to dish out the points on Arsenal’s winning team against Wigan this weekend.
Arsenal were overwhelming favourites as they took a trip north to face Wigan. Read the match report and watch video highlights here on WTTGT.
Arsenal head north to face Wigan at the DW Stadium this weekend, and look a solid bet at 1.57 to bag all three points and maintain their recent run of form.
When Arsenal travel to the DW Stadium for Saturday’s afternoon kick-off, many will be banking on an away win. But what are the gems hidden int he Arsenal Wigan archives? Matt Mace takes a look on WTTGT.
The start to Arsenal’s current season has been well documented throughout the media. Defeats to Liverpool, Blackburn, Tottenham and Manchester United left fans staring into the the abyss that was left at the Emirates by the departures of Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas. But was selling the former a mistake?