The Gunners Welcoming QPR with a record Okay, Derby and Boxing Day
Jakarta – There was no reason for Arsenal to not give Kando victory for supporters in the Boxing Day game this year. Entertaining Queens Park Rangers, the Gunners have a record okay in Derby London and Boxing Day.
Arsenal match with QPR will be held at the Emirates Stadium on Friday (26/12/204) tomorrow. The host is still trying to get in the top four and while sitting in sixth place of the standings, while guests are on the order of 16.
Arsene Wenger protégé highly favored to win in this match. In addition to a very good record over QPR, Arsenal are also dominant in the Boxing Day matches and Derby London.
The following data and facts duel Arsenal with QPR, as quoted from Opta:
– Arsenal lost only one time in the Boxing Day matches (W11 D5 L1)
– Conversely, QPR have never won in three Boxing Day game they’ve played (W0 D1 L2)
– The Gunners won seven games last Boxing Day when hosted. The series began in 1995, when they defeated QPR with a 3-0 score.
– Eight of the last nine games always end up with Arsenal QPR 1-0. Exceptions occurred on Boxing Day 1995, when it was the Gunners a 3-0 lead.
– Queens Park Rangers have always failed to make a goal in five of the six last visit to the home to Arsenal. The last time QPR make a goal during a visit to Arsenal is when winning 3-1 in 1994.
– QPR swallow five defeats in the last five London derby. While in seven of their last derby always failed to win (D2 L5).
– Arsenal has scintillating notes in Derby London when playing at home. In the last 11 meetings with clubs origin British capital ‘Gunner’ unbeaten record (W8 D3 L0).
– In the last five games Santi Cazorla was involved in five goals from Arsenal (three goals and two assists), whereas in the previous nine Premier League games he did not contribute to the goals for the Gunners.
– With 11 goals already made this season, Charlie Austin is the United Kingdom with the most goals in the Premier League at the moment. In the last season there were only five native English players who scored more than 11 goals.