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Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta Desperate For An Improved Result In The Premier League.

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Arsenal’s head coach, Mikel Arteta is hoping for a positive turn around in the Premier League after a series of poor performances in the past fixtures.

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Ahead of Sunday’s match against Burnley, Arteta spoke on the need to get better results in the coming fixtures leading to the hectic schedule of Christmas period.

According to quotes gotten from Sky Sports website, Arteta said:

“[Sunday] is vital for us, we’ve been inconsistent in the competitions. A good run in the Carabao Cup and Europa League but unfortunately the results haven’t been the one we’ve wanted in the Premier League.

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“We are very frustrated with that, we know how important it is to put results together really quickly, because we need them straight away”.

Arsenal are without a win in the Premier League in the last four matches played, with their latest win dating back to the 1-0 triumph away to Manchester United on November 1st. They are currently sitting 15th on the league table.

On the other hand, the Gunners have enjoyed a strong form in Europe, winning six of their Europa League group stage fixtures, scoring 20 goals while finishing top of Group B in the process.

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Arteta will hope to bolster his attacking options with the return of Gabriel Martinelli into the squad who was sidelined after undergoing a knee surgery back in July, but will miss Thomas Partey who will be unavailable for a few games as a result of injury sustained by the Ghanian midfielder. David Luiz will be assed to confirm whether he’s fit to play on Sunday.

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