Team news from them is we can expect Uncle Wenger to field from DIABY, SAGNA, SENDEROS, EDUARDO, DENILSON, GILBERTO, DJOUROU, BENDER, TRAORE, HOYTE, WALNUT and HOYTE. Van PERVERT is thought to on the bench and may get the last twenty...
Under the 'Old London Town Mental Heath Act of 1882' Lehmann will spend the evening lying with his head in a fridge. This evening's goalie will be FABIANSKI.
And what of the Tottingham?
Missing are Kaboul, Bent, Bale, Zokora, Ekotto Beleavingsoon, Tom Jugglestones.
My team would be:
CernyChimbonda Dawson King Lee
Boateng Malbranque Taarabt O'Hara
Place Yer Bets
Those of a nervous disposition will avoid Arsenal 1st Half/Spurs 2nd Half at 33/1.
A depressing took the lead and proceeded to fluff it reverse of the above is 28/1.
Value anytime scorers are O'Hara and The Prince at 8/1 and 9/1 repectively.
This is old but fun enough if you haven't seen it: http://www.netdisaster.com/go.php?mode=dog&url=http://www.arsenal.com/
Floating around the Ars*nal forums this morning there is the usual mixture of 'we'll beat'em 'cos we always do' rubbish, but more interestingly there's also more than just the odd voice in the wilderness that acknowledges how well we played against them last time and we could actually win this.
Paul 'former toothless gambling coke head with a drink problem' Merson has even come out with the damage limitation guff that if we beat Ars*nal we won't even care about the final. Mind you he was a toothless gambling coke head with a drink problem. The question he might answer of course is 'What are you now?'
The game will hinge upon two factors. Personal errors by Spurs players. Iffy defending - to name one popular area will sink us. Dawson must buck up this time out. Hopefully King will inspire improvement. And finishing the job. Berbatov in particular must demonstrate he's firing on all cylinders now and put the ball away against a top four club.