There is no doubt about that, they’re going to Humiliate them again’: Gary Neville reveals Arsenal vs Brentford prediction ahead of their PL Clash during the weekend

As the return of club football approaches, football pundits Gary Neville and Roy Keane have engaged in predictions for Arsenal’s upcoming clash against Brentford on Saturday.

Arsenal, buoyed by their recent victory over Burnley, aims to build on their positive momentum after a disappointment at Newcastle United.

Neville and Keane shared their insights on the ‘Stick to Football’ podcast, both foreseeing an Arsenal triumph, albeit with different scoreline predictions. Neville expressed confidence in a 1-0 victory for Arsenal, while Keane countered with a 2-1 win for the Gunners.

The former Manchester United teammates engaged in a friendly clash over the potential outcome, particularly debating whether Arsenal’s goalkeeper, Aaron Ramsdale, would maintain a clean sheet.

Ramsdale is expected to start for Arsenal, with David Raya, on loan from Brentford, ineligible to play against his parent club.

Mikel Arteta is anticipated to make three changes to the starting XI, including the return of Ben White. The Gunners managed a clean sheet in their previous fixture against Brentford last season, winning 3-0.

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Despite Brentford missing Ivan Toney, Arsenal recognizes the challenge posed by the opponent this season. The absence of Toney doesn’t make Brentford an easier test, and Arsenal must be prepared for a competitive encounter.

In the podcast predictions, Keane, known for his candid remarks about his old rivals, surprisingly backed Arsenal for a win, though the nature of the victory remained a point of contention.

One crucial decision for Arteta in this fixture revolves around the choice of the center-forward. Leandro Trossard has effectively operated as a false nine in Gabriel Jesus’ absence, but with the Brazilian now fit and having played 90 minutes for his country, Arteta faces the decision of whether to start him or retain Trossard in that role.

As Arsenal aims to capitalize on a weekend where other top-five teams face each other, a victory against Brentford could propel them to the top of the Premier League table.

The predictions from Keane and Neville add to the anticipation surrounding this crucial fixture, and Arsenal fans eagerly await the outcome as their team strives for league leadership.

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