Play Fantasy Arsene Wenger - can Gunners tame the Wolves?

By Avenell Dave

This could be a cracking weekend for us Gooners if everything goes according to plan.

The Ch*vs or M*nure will take points off each other and Liverpool could do themselves greater damage.

The Scousers have been a two-man team for a while now and with Steven Gerrard out, the pressure on Fernando Torres is even greater.

Can Rafa Benitez afford to rest him despite his injury with the pressure continuing to mount? I doubt it, which makes the chances of making the injury even worse far greater.

But the most important thing is taht we maintain good recent form and do what is expected of us and beat Wolves at their place.

We've not had huge problems there in recent years but we can't take anything for granted.

It's so important we get a win to take us into the dreaded international break and hopefully welcome the return of Theo Walcott when normal service resumes.

I doubt there will be much change from Tuesday apart from Bacary Sagna coming into the defence.

I'd also like to see Eduardo given a chance again - he needs games to get sharp and fit and can't be happy with a bit-part role.

Seems like a lot of people saw a different Diaby performance to the one I witnessed on Wednesday.

Where class players such as Cesc, Arshavin, Rosicky and nasri know what they're going to do with the ball before it arrives, Diaby is ponderous and never energised enough to be a good long term option.

When Rosicky and Theo and Nasri and Eduardo are fully fit, will Wenger pick him just because he is the only non-midget in our midfield? I doubt it.

Should be an easy win - but we said that at West Ham and in the last 10 minutes, we fell apart.

Hopefully we won't make the same mistake at Molineux.


Addict XI


Sagna Gallas Vermaelen Gibbs

Nasri Cesc Song

Arshavin RvP Eduardo

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