Arsenal take on Hull City at the KC Stadium in Monday night’s Premier League clash.
Steve Bruce’s side were having a terrible time at the bottom of the League table until back-to-back wins over Crystal Palace and Liverpool gave them a fighting chance of salvaging their top-flight status.
The Tigers have suffered eight defeats in 13 games but Arsene Wenger was in the minority; having come off the back of eight straight league wins before the goalless draw to Chelsea at the Emirates last month.
The Arsenal boss has seen plenty of Hull in recent times – Monday’s game is their fifth meeting with the Gunners in 12 months and he expects Steve Bruce’s side to still pose a great treat in the game. As the Tigers would be seeking to get something off this game to further avoid the relegation waters.
Hull City have been given a huge lift going into this game with the return of David Meyler, Nikica Jelavic and Andy Robertson to the squad after various lay-offs.
Despite the squad boost, the Tigers boss is expected to stick with the side that secured two back-to-back victories.