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Arsenal 3 — 0 Bournemouth – Final score core ( 3-0 )




Arsenal vs Bournemouth


Today marks another exciting day in the intense Premier League title race, as Arsenal takes on Bournemouth in a highly anticipated match.


The Gunners, currently leading the pack, are determined to increase their lead and put pressure on their rivals, Manchester City. Sitting one point ahead, Arsenal aims to extend their advantage to four points before City’s game against Wolves at the Etihad Stadium later today.


Mikel Arteta has decided to stick with the same lineup for the third consecutive time, following their victory in the north London derby against Tottenham. Unfortunately, Jurrien Timber will not be available for this match. Arsenal might face a tougher challenge against Bournemouth, who have been performing exceptionally well under the guidance of Andoni Iraola in their first season. However, Bournemouth will be missing key defender Lloyd Kelly, although they can rely on the fitness of Antoine Semenyo.


Last season’s fixture between these two teams is still fresh in the minds of many Gunners fans, with Reiss Nelson scoring a dramatic late winner. Additionally, Arsenal dominated their previous encounter on the south coast, securing a convincing 4-0 victory. Stay tuned for live updates of the Arsenal vs Bournemouth match, accompanied by expert analysis from Standard Sport’s Simon Collings at the Emirates Stadium.


Antoine Semenyo’s presence in the starting lineup is a significant positive for Bournemouth, as he has been cleared to play despite his recent injury against Brighton.


Illia Zabarnyi makes a return to the defense following his recovery from illness, but Lloyd Kelly is notably absent from the squad.


Ryan Christie has been selected over Enes Unal as the only other change for Bournemouth.


Romain Faivre and Philip Billing are both fit to be on the bench for today’s match.


Arsenal, on the other hand, has decided to stick with the same lineup for the third consecutive game, following their dramatic victory in the north London derby against Tottenham last weekend.


Takehiro Tomiyasu successfully fends off Oleksandr Zinchenko to maintain his position at left-back, while Thomas Partey is once again chosen over Jorginho in midfield. Leandro Trossard retains his starting role in the attack, edging out Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus.


However, the most surprising development is the complete absence of Jurrien Timber, who is not even among the substitutes.


Bournemouth’s lineup consists of Travers, Smith, Zabarnyi, Senesi, Ouattara, Cook, Christie, Semenyo, Scott, Kluivert, and Solanke. Their substitutes include Neto, Faivre, Hill, Unal, Billing, Aarons, McKenna, Kinsey-Wellings, and Sadi.


On the other hand, Arsenal’s lineup features Raya, White, Saliba, Gabriel, Tomiyasu, Odegaard, Partey, Rice, Saka, Havertz, and Trossard. The substitutes for Arsenal are Ramsdale, Gabriel Jesus, Smith Rowe, Martinelli, Nketiah, Kiwior, Jorginho, Vieira, and Zinchenko.


Regarding Jurrien Timber, there are early rumors circulating on social media this morning suggesting that he is not involved with Arsenal today after all. Official team news will be released shortly, providing confirmation.

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