Huddersfield will be returning to their John Smith homeground on Saturday, February 9, where they host Arsenal for the 26th round on the EPL. The match will be the fourth in a run that sees them come up against Man City, Everton, Chelsea and the visitors of the day.
Jan Siewert’s side a languishing at the bottom of the table, already 12 points away from safety after 24 rounds. It seems unlikely that they can turn that around, but they will be looking to put up a good fight for the while they will be at the top. They have had an unusual goal drought despite having Aaron Mooy and Steve Mounie in their ranks.
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Arsenal benefited from Chelsea’s midweek loss to sneak into the top four and will be keen to keep pressure on the position. They will be coming from a trip to Man City. Alexandre Lacazzete and Pierrre-Emerick Aubameyang have been in fine form up front; it is their defence they should be more concerned about.