The Gunners head to the Vitality Stadium for a pivotal match against Bournemouth.
Last season, Arsenal visited the southern coast and won the match before the break. Can the Gunners replicate that performance or will they need a Reiss Nelson late goal at the death to take the three points?
It will be interesting to see if the Gunners can put in a complete performance against a bottom-of-the-table club despite the injuries.
3 things to look out for when Arsenal visit Bournemouth
Here are 3 things to look for as Arsenal visit Bournemouth.
1. Can the Gunners put in a complete performance?
Outside of the Champions League opener, Arsenal have not produced a completely dominant performance this season.
They have had performances when the defence has had to be tight or the midfield has had to control the game, but never had a performance where all three facets of the game have run simultaneously like a well-oiled machine.
For that reason, the Gunners are already four points off the top of the table and have a lot of fans questioning if the goal was the title or just the top four this season.
Can a lower-level team be the recipe that Arsenal finally need to get back on track with how they were last season?
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