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Fantasy Premier League Tips Week 30

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal):

With Manchester United hosting Liverpool this weekend, there’s some risk going with those clubs’ attacking players. Not so with Arsenal and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Can Arsenal Remain Unbeaten Through The End Of November, Going 18 Straight?

The final few years of Arsene Wenger's reign over Arsenal were like a slow, painful breakup with the fans. After 20 straight seasons of finishing in the top four and qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, the club ended the last two campaigns fifth and sixth. To make matters worse, their road form had become dreadful. During the 2017-18 season, Arsenal had four wins, four draws and 11 losses, with a -11 goal differential. 

Why Watching Arsenal In The Europa League This Season Is My Favorite Thing Ever

For the second straight year — after 19 straight seasons in the Champions League — Arsenal is plugging away on Thursday nights in the Europa League. As someone who enjoys watching the Gunners, I’m kind of loving it.

While I would probably prefer to watch Arsenal on Tuesdays or Wednesdays back in the Champions League, facing teams like PSG and Barcelona instead of Sporting and Qarabag, Arsenal in the Europa League is so much more fun this year for one reason and one reason alone: Univision Deportes. 

Arsenal Fans In Nigeria Going Crazy Celebrating Is Why We Love Soccer

Arsenal’s 1-1 draw with Liverpool was an engrossing match on Saturday. But don’t take our word for it, take it from these Nigerian Arsenal fans.

Liverpool remained unbeaten in the Premier League and Arsenal kept its 14-match unbeaten streak in all competitions alive as the two English giants battled to an entertaining draw. James Milner scored the opener in the 61st minute and for a while it appeared the Reds (in purple) would go on to score a big road win.

Alexandre Lacazette’s Stunning Goal Earns Arsenal Draw Against Liverpool

It could easily be argued that LaLiga is the best soccer league in the world, but there’s just something about big matchups in the Premier League that can’t be touched. Aside from El Clásico, Top 6 battles in the EPL thrill like nothing else in world domestic football, and as these Arsenal vs Liverpool highlights show, Saturday’s meeting between the second- and fourth-place teams was no different.

Ultimately, it ended in a 1-1 draw, but the match was breathtaking from start to finish, with a stunning goal from Alexandre Lacazette evening out James Milner’s smashing opener.

Soccer On TV: 5 Matches To Build Your Weekend Around (Nov. 2-4)

A look at five games this weekend that should provide excellent drama both in the U.S. and in Europe. We're focusing on the best soccer on TV this weekend.

MLS and USL are in the midst of the 2018 playoffs, while the Premier League has another Top 6 clash to highlight its Saturday lineup. Meanwhile, the train wreck that is Real Madrid at the moment gets to find out how the team responds after dismissing coach Julen Lopetegui.

Best Soccer On TV This Weekend

1. USL Semi-Finals: Louisville City vs. New York Red Bulls 2

The Amount Of Power In Granit Xhaka’s Left Foot Will Astound You

Arsenal’s 11-game winning run came to an end Sunday following a 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Luka Milivojevic scored twice from the spot for the home side, while Granit Xhaka and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang were in on the goals for the Gunners.

After Crystal Palace had taken the lead just before halftime, Arsenal answered through Xhaka in the 51st. Yes, the 26-year-old Swiss has a left foot like a hammer. 

Arsenal’s second was pretty special, too. Alex Lacazette provided a Hand of God moment in the buildup.

Mesut Ozil Produces 80 Minutes Of Filth, Including A Goal That’ll Butter Your Biscuit

Did you watch the goal above? He does that more often than most, doesn’t he? With his languid, cerebral, hyper technical, pass-first-shoot-later style, Mesut Ozil scores sublime goals that ooze sensibility and ease but register a 10/10 on the difficulty scale.

As a Newcastle fan, I can instantly remember the times he’s done as much to the Premier League’s current cellar dwellers. Last December, he looped an audacious effort into the roof of the net when the danger seemed to be cleared. 

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