Michael Owen states his prediction for BATE Borisov v Arsenal

Michael Owen states his prediction for BATE Borisov v Arsenal

Michael Owen states his prediction for BATE Borisov v Arsenal

Huddersfield pressed and harried but rarely troubled the Arsenal goal in the first half, with the difference in quality showing as the visitors doubled their advantage through Alexandre Lacazette's 10th league goal of the season a minute before halftime.

The result kept the Gunners in the thick of the chase for a top-four finish and Champions League football although questions remain about their defensive frailty.

Indeed, Iwobi was found wanting for his all-round boring efforts and giving away a goal in the 3-1 loss away to Manchester City, but he got back on top of his game on Saturday against Huddersfield Town. We have two ways now, one is the Europa League, and to win it is very hard.

"But he is somebody who, for me, with the right encouragement will be a very, very good player and a massive asset for Arsenal".

"If we ask is it hard for us, I think it's hard, but we can".

Arsenal's wait for a first away clean sheet of the season continues to elude them.

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"Every player worked very well and the last action, unfortunately for us they scored and also maybe they deserved it". "After 26 games, we are on our way and our motivation is very great and we've brought our target closer".

Bad away form has seen Gunners slip to sixth place behind Chelsea and Manchester United in the chase for the final Champions League place.

After Arsenal landed in Belarus to begin the knockout stages of the Europa League against Bate Borisov, their goalkeeper Petr Cech, who retires at the end of the season, outlined his dream to bid farewell by winning the trophy.

The club's Spanish manager has said they will keep fighting in their quest to qualify for next season's Champions League, but admitted it will be a "difficult" task for them to do so.

Analysing the game on Match of the Day as a pundit, Wright was quick to praise Iwobi for his performance and issued a message to Arsenal fans to get behind the winger.

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