Friday, December 31, 2010

Birmingham vs Arsenal Live Score Information: EPL 1 January 2011

The match between Arsenal and Birmingham is going to one of the most exciting match as these two clubs will face each other on the first day of New Year. Birmingham is ready to welcome Arsenal at their home ground St Andrew's on 1st January 2011. It will kick off at 1730 GMT. ESPN will broadcast this match live.
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The year 2010 was neither a good nor a bad for Arsenal at all. This year, they got memorable victory against Chelsea, but they received a disappoint draw over 10-man Wigan. If Arsenal can win the match then they will share the top place with Manchester United.
It looks like that injury is the big problem for Arsenal football club. This English football club will be missing many of their key players when they will take on host Birmingham at the St Andrew's stadium.
Arsenal will have to play without their key player, Abou Diaby, as this midfielder picked up a calf strain in Tuesday's draw at Wigan.
There is no possibility to see both Almunia and Gibbs who are suffering from ankle injury.
The good news for the Gunners is that captain, Cesc Fabregas, will be available for tomorrow’s match. He was suspended for the game against Wigan. His presence in the main squad will increase the strength as well as inspire the rest of the players to get a victory shares the top place with leader Manchester United.
Compared to Arsenal, Birmingham is in much better condition as they don’t have any injury worry. So, fans can expect to see the full strength Birmingham taking on Arsenal in their home ground.
Though there is no injury worry, Birmingham manager, Alex McLeish, could make some changes to rest some key players to avoid the injury.
It is thought that former Arsenal player, Alexander Hleb, is likely to be on the bench on Saturday’s match. It has not been so many days that he made her comeback from injury. He played against Manchester United as a 70th minute substitute.
However, Birmingham has no good record against Arsenal. It will be really a tough task for them to beat the touring team who are unbeaten in their last seven meetings including their coming from behind to win 2-1 at the Emirates in October.
Host club has beaten Arsenal just once in 13 Premier League meetings. Their 2-1 victory against the same opponent came at at St Andrew's in May 2005.
Fans of both teams should eagerly wait to see if their club can start the New Year with a victory.