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Arsenal vs Aston Villa score prediction
Both of these sides underwent significant squad rebuilds in the summer, which has resulted in some disjointed performances to start the season.
Arsenal looked like they were turning a corner last month, but two disappointing draws in recent weeks have curtailed their momentum.
Villa have two good strikers who will likely cause their opponents’ serious problems and despite recent shakiness, they aren’t half bad at the back either. Arsenal will fancy their chances, but so will Villa – a potential score draw on the cards.
What time does Arsenal vs Aston Villa start?
Arsenal vs Aston Villa starts at 4:30 pm (BST) and is live on BT Sports.
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Yes, the game is free on many channels and websites, including TotalSportek and Footybite.
Who do you think will win?
In light of our previous experience, we predict Arsenal’s victory.
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How to watch Arsenal vs Aston Villa on TV/live stream
When is kick off? Friday 22 October, 20:00 (BST)
Where is the match being played? Emirates Stadium
TV channel/live stream? Sky Sports Main Event (UK), fuboTV (US), DAZN (Canada)
Highlights? Sky Sports YouTube channel, Match of the Day (Saturday – BBC – UK)
Referee? Craig Pawson
VAR? Michael Oliver
Shamar Nicholson is at a dead end.
In December 2021, Spartak laid out 8 million euros for Shamar Nicholson. The last time the Red-whites paid such money for a striker was in 2011, when they took Emmanuel Emenike for 10 million. Nicholson also became the fifth largest transfer player of Spartak over the past 5 years — after Thiel, Kral, Roshi and Promes.
Shamar scored a lot in the Belgian championship and considered the RPL as a springboard to the top 5 leagues. But even in the winter of last year, the question arose — why would Spartak need a forward of the same type as Sobolev? And even for such money.
There was an assumption that Paolo Vanoli would switch to the 3-5-2 scheme and use Sobolev and Nicholson as a pair. But this did not happen — until the end of the season, both forwards fought for a place at the start, and together they remained on the field only in exceptional cases. Spartak had enough more problematic positions, because an expensive transfer for rotation looked somewhat strange. And Nicholson was not very impressive — after the brightest debut with Kuban, in which he scored a hat-trick, Shamar played 15 matches, in which he scored 5 times.
Although Sobolev said that he and the Jamaican are diverse forwards. “Although he’s big, but when I play with him in pairs, it feels like Larsson is next to me. He tries to run behind his back, acts a lot in playing along. And I’m more about catching on and fighting,” Alexander believes.
9 months have passed since the transfer, but the issue of a place at the forefront of the attack has only worsened. The new head coach of Spartak, Guillermo Abascal, uses a model with two strikers, but only Sobolev plays the classic center forward, and Promes, who plays next to him, has a more diverse hybrid role. Nicholson spent only 145 minutes on the field in 6 matches in the new season and did not score a single scoring point.
All this time, Nicholson and his agent behaved as loyally as possible towards the club. After sanctions were imposed on Russian football, the Jamaican clearly said that he was staying at Spartak. And his agent Kevin Cowan claimed: “Shamar will leave the club before the contract expires only if football in Russia ceases to exist or if Manchester United makes him an offer.”
But the rhetoric has been changing lately.
“The situation with Shamar’s playing time at Spartak is really not very good at the moment, neither for the club nor for the player,” Nicholson’s agent said in mid—August. — Of course, he and we are very disappointed by this. But this is a professional sport. Someone is always responsible for any decision. We discuss all things daily with the leadership of Spartak in order to find the optimal solution. To be honest, Shamar deserves more playing time than 10 minutes. Spartak knows this.”
Nicholson said that Spartak was his home. And in general, he behaves as nice and adequate as possible — for example, after the game with “Torch”, in which he sat on the bench for all 90 minutes, played his T-shirt between the boys on “rock, scissors, paper”.
But Shamar’s external positivity and sincerity hardly reflect his inner feelings. On August 26, Spartak issued a transfer of Cagliari striker Keith Balde for 3 million euros, and this, by and large, puts an end to Nicholson’s chances of breaking into the base.
“Spartak fans should ask the coach and the club if they are worried about Shamar’s future,” agent Nenad Portega, who represents the Jamaican, laments in the press. — We are just saddened by what is happening at the club. The fans love Shamar because he is a great professional, a great player and always gives his all for Spartak. The most important question is what is the club’s opinion on this situation? This is the most important issue for us right now.”
Apparently, soon the red and white will arrange a transfer to the exit and sell Nicholson. There are rumors of interest in him from the French “Nantes”, as well as Turkish “Galatasaray” and “Fenerbahce”. But it is far from a fact that after six months of downtime, Spartak will be able to sell the striker for the same money that it took.
On the other hand, Nicholson created a powerful competition in Spartak’s attack. After his transfer, Alexander Sobolev added, although not to say that the Russian striker shows some outstanding football – 1 goal and 4 assists in 7 opening rounds of the RPL.
Is Keith Balde Nicholson better? A big question, given the rich history of injuries of the Spartak newcomer. The club says they are counting on Nicholson too, but it is unlikely that Shamar is satisfied with the status he is in now. Abascal sees Sobolev as a classic “nine” who can cling to the ball and push through the defense. Nicholson prefers to play in free spaces, but Promes, who is in brilliant form, is responsible for this in the current Spartak.
All this looks like a dead end for Spartak — you need to sell a striker for whom very serious money was paid not so long ago. And it is far from a fact that it will be possible to at least recapture the funds spent on it.