Arsenal face off with Thomas Frank’s Brentford at 12 pm this coming Sunday. The game was supposed to take place at 2, but has been moved forward two hours.
Arsenal head into the weekend’s action sat top of the Premier League with 15 points to their name from six outings.
The Gunners won their opening five league games of 2022/23, but were bested by Manchester United in their last league outing.
Now, it will be interesting to see how the north Londoners fare against Brentford as, unlike the five teams Arsenal have beat in the Premier League this campaign, the Bees are a decent side.
Brentford are ninth in the division and have smashed Manchester United 4-0 this term, whilst Ivan Toney is in top form and recently earned himself an England call-up.
Furthermore, Arsenal have been dealt a big blow on the injury front ahead of their upcoming match.
Oleksandr Zinchenko has been in fine form for the Gunners since his move from Manchester City, looking a class above Kieran Tierney.
Now though, it is being reported that Zinchenko has picked up an injury in training and will miss Brentford this weekend. It is added that the defender will be staying in London during the international break: