04 January, 2017
Nigeria global, Alex Iwobi, started 2017 with a bang as he scored one of the goals in Arsenal's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace on Sunday. The ball looped over keeper Wayne Hennessey and dropped over the line after hitting the crossbar.
Arsenal travel to Bournemouth on Tuesday just two days after hosting Crystal Palace at home on Sunday, while most teams that played on Saturday also had games on Monday.
Jack enjoyed a loan spell at Bolton earlier in his career in a bid to up his physicality in the Premier League.
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Arsene Wenger is preparing to change much of his outfield team against Bournemouth tonight amid what he calls the "most uneven" fixture schedule of his 21 Christmases managing in England. Having also kept clean sheets in their last two games, the North London outfit are ( 3.05 ) to win to nil. But with five goals - three of them match-winners and a fourth that secured a point at Old Trafford against Manchester United - there is no doubt the Frenchman has kept the Gunners in the title chase. "They [club doctors] told me today he is a bit better". Now in training he starts to score goals. The Chile global has factored on 19 of Arsenal's 41 goals, exceeding his total for all of last season.
The Cherries reached 2017 sitting in 10th place in the top-flight standings, with 24 points from 19 games played and, bar a complete meltdown over the second half of the season, should finish comfortably above the relegation places.
Meanwhile The Gunners, who defeated Eddie Howe's men 3-1 back in November at the Emirates Stadium, are looking to build upon back-to-back Premier League victories over West Brom and Crystal Palace respectively.