The Cup rolleth on.
Arsene Wenger will undoubtedly rotate ahead of this Saturday's FA Cup tie with Hull City but he faces a number of tricky decisions in the midst of a busy and important fixture list.
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Arsenal's creative attack, and worrisome defense, were enough to see them through to the fifth round against Championship side Burnley.
The FA Cup returneth.
The Cup comes to the Emirates for round four.
The January injury window is delivering some like-a-new-signings for Arsenal.
Mohamed Elneny is set to make his debut for the Gunners this weekend. Also, there are further updates on the squad for Saturday and a note about the future of Arsenal prospect Gedion Zelalem.
It's on to the fourth round against the Clarets for the cup holders.
The young Nigerian prospect recently made the switch to central midfield and looked largely impressive in that position for the first-team Saturday against Sunderland in the Third Round of the FA Cup.
which ping pong ball will it be?
Arsenal turned it on after going behind and ended up winning comfortably.
Giroud knocks in Bellerin’s beautiful cross and that’s a 3-1 lead for #Arsenal over #SAFC. pic.twitter.com/41RVjlj7rg— Howler Magazine (@whatahowler) January 9, 2016
Giroud knocks in Bellerin’s beautiful cross and that’s a 3-1 lead for #Arsenal over #SAFC. pic.twitter.com/41RVjlj7rg
Hot French Goal!
Joel Campbell with the neatly threaded equalizer pic.twitter.com/j9tySEuPyn— Howler Magazine (@whatahowler) January 9, 2016
Joel Campbell with the neatly threaded equalizer pic.twitter.com/j9tySEuPyn
Arsenal are back level with Sunderland at 1-1 after this neat finish from Krypton's favorite son, Jo-El Campbell.
Arsenal's Cup defense kicks off today.
The 2016 FA Cup kicks off for Arsenal.
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The oldest soccer competition in the world is back!
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We have our opponent.