Arsenal Might Not Qualify For UEFA Champions League: Reasons Why Here

Arsenal had the opportunity to cement their spot in 4th and consequently qualify for the UEFA Champions League the following season but have been trashed by their London friends, who now are within a stage of the Gunners..

The final two games of Tottenham will be against Burnley and relegated Norwich City, while Arsenal face much tougher opponents in Newcastle United and Everton.

Having said that, the Gunners have dropped games already this season in a pattern that is disturbing.

Arsenal lost their first 3 matches of the 2021/2022 season by allowing 9 goals with no goal scored. These matches had been played against Brentford, Manchester City and Chelsea.

In case the Gunners replicate that trend after losing to Tottenham and having 2 games left, they will not be playing Champions League football.

The Gunners also have their very own injury problems, with Thomas Partey, Kieran Tierney and possibly Gabriel Magalhaes sidelined by Rob Holding’s ban and Ben White’s slow return from his current absence. Thus, they won’t receive a clean health report.

Newcastle United are facing a number of injury problems including Jonjo Shelvey and ex Gunner Joe Willock, with both likely to miss the match against Arsenal on Monday.

With Ryan Fraser back in training on Wednesday, Newcastle has gotten some good news. Fraser missed the past five games with an injury, but is expected to be back in the starting line up on Monday.

Arsenal will hope that the trio coming back from injury do not yet show their best form in this crucial encounter..