Premier League In Focus – Arsenal vs Huddersfield Preview

When? Wednesday 29th November, 19:45 (UK)

Where? Emirates Stadium

What channel is it on? Arsenal vs Huddersfield will not be televised live in the UK

Are tickets still available?

Arsenal -

Huddersfield – SOLD OUT

Head-to-head – last five meetings: Arsenal W3, D2
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Arsenal W33, Huddersfield W16, D25.

Arsenal have won their last 11 home Premier League matches (five at the end of last season, six this season).

Arsenal have scored at least two goals in their last nine home Premier League outings.

Arsenal have the third highest average possession in the Premier League this season at 57.4% while they also have the fourth best passing accuracy at 83.3%.

Arsenal have created the fourth highest amount of shots in the Premier League this season with 216 - an average of 16.6 efforts per game.

Arsenal have kept clean sheets in their last two league outings, with the last player to breach their defence being Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus.

Huddersfield have lost their last three away Premier League matches while they have also failed to score in their last five.

Huddersfield have conceded at least two goals in their last three league fixtures.

Huddersfield have lost five of their past seven Premier League games (W2), after losing just one of their first six.

Last weekend, Huddersfield were the first team this season to register a goal without even having a shot on target, thanks to Manchester City’s Nicolas Otamendi putting the ball into his own net.

Huddersfield have had the fourth least amount of shots in the Premier League this season – 114. Tom Ince has been responsible for 30 of those and has failed to find the net in this division, while no English player has scored for Huddersfield in the Premier League this season.

Huddersfield are the third lowest scorers in the Premier League this season with just nine goals to their name - an average of 0.7 goals per game.

The last time these two sides met was back in January 2011 in the FA Cup fourth round. Huddersfield were just minutes away from securing a replay but unfortunately for them Cesc Fabregas had other ideas as he slotted home a late penalty.