Emery wants Arsenal players to seek immediate cure for travel sickness

Emery wants Arsenal players to seek immediate cure for travel sickness

Emery wants Arsenal players to seek immediate cure for travel sickness

The Gunners have lost two and won three of their last five Premier League games and they will be looking to get their top-four push back on track with victory over Huddersfield on Saturday.

Arsenal head to the John Smiths' Stadium sitting sixth in the table and three points off the top four following the loss at City last time out so we desperately need to get back to winning ways on Saturday.

They have taken only two points in six away fixtures since then. The Gunners, like last season, have endured a hard time away from home, winning their last game outside of the Emirates on November 25th.

Similarly, Ainsley Maitland-Niles missed out on Sunday with a knee injury but could be available this weekend.

Emery's men have also lost their last three Premier League away games and have not recorded a win on the road since beating Bournemouth in November previous year.

Chris Lowe has recovered from his illness, while Jonathan Hogg and Erik Durm have also returned to training having recovered from their injuries.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Merson said: "I'm going to go for Arsenal, but I would not be shocked if they did not win because defensively, Arsenal are just not good enough".

Emery was charged with returning Arsenal to the Champions League when appointed last May and reacquainting them with the financial clout of Europe's elite competition.

Huddersfield are 13 points away from safety and with 13 games remaining to be played in the Premier League, the odds are not with the bottom side to make it out of the danger zone. Today he is working with different adaptation and better than last week. Then I hope he can show in the next matches how he can help us better than in the first match against Manchester City.

Emery also added that loan signing Denis Suarez, who joined from Barcelona in the transfer window, has been improving in training as the Spanish midfielder continues to adapt to his new club.

"Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham also - there is a big difference between us and them".

"We know that defensively we need to do better".

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