Unai Emery warns Arsenal fans finishing in top four will be hard

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Arsenal boss Unai Emery has admitted his side will not catch Tottenham this season and that they are the outsiders in a three-way battle for the fourth Champions League spot in the Premier League.

Arsenal have been handed a triple injury boost ahead of Saturday's trip to Huddersfield with Shkodran Mustafi in full training while Sokratis and Granit Xhaka have also returned to light training.

In attack, Arsenal could lineup with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette, and Alex Iwobi, although Emery could yet give Mesut Ozil a run in the team, as opposed to the manager not selecting the German for big away games this season.

According to the report by UK Sun, Unai Emery will be glad if at least three out of his five requests can be granted at the Emirates stadium. The Gunners, like last season, have endured a hard time away from home, winning their last game outside of the Emirates on November 25th.

Denis Suarez came on as a substitute against Man City but the new arrival should make his first team start during the Huddersfield vs Arsenal game.

"This week he worked Monday alone here with our coaches and he's working with a different adaptation, better than last week". We are strong at home, we need to do better away.

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"I hope he's continuing to improve every day".

They have taken only two points in six away fixtures since then.

"Then he can show in the next matches how he can help us, better than in the first match against Manchester City". The next opportunity is Saturday against Huddersfield. "Also knowing other teams, they have an advantage to us".

And asked what the worst ground he ever played on was, Keown revealed: "Back in the day plenty of pitches were awful!" We've won with three and we've won with two.

A 2-1 win at Bournemouth on November 25 was the last time Emery's side took three points on the road - and he wants that to be addressed at struggling Huddersfield. "But now we need to recover this confidence, this performance".

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