We ran out 3-1 winners at St. Marys on Tuesday night burying the memories of our poor showing in the cup from the weekend snd moving up to eighth place in the league.

We were missing Aubameyang once again, and Arteta decided not to risk Tierney with a big game coming up this weekend, but there were returns for David Luiz, Thomas Partey, Saka, Smith-Rowe and Lacazette. Pablo Mari also remains injured so will spend some of his spare time playing the online pokies australia.

After Lacazette had missed a good chance to put us 1-0 up in the first minute, we were undone by an early setback. It wasn’t long before Pepe had put us back on terms with a cracking finish in just the eighth minute. Chances went begging for both sides but no one could capitalise at either end until the 39th minute when Saka rounded the keeper to put us in front at the break. A quick half time session on the real money casino games and the sides were back out for the second half where Southampton rallied but couldn’t find an equaliser.

Things were looking nervy until the 73rd minute when Alexandre Lacazette finished to give us a two-goal cushion and despite some late pressure from the home side, we managed to hold on for our third away win in a row, and we now find ourselves unbeaten in six Premier League games.

We now face another big challenge when the league leaders Man United come to The Emirates this Saturday evening. Can we grab another win and keep this momentum going? If we can, we could really start to think about fighting for a top-four spot despite our disastrous start to the season under Arteta.