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Arsenal need to show fluency

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Olivier Giroud, Alexis Sanchez score, but defenders impress in Arsenal win

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Alexis Sanchez (69') Queens Park Rangers 0-2 Arsenal
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Olivier Giroud goal (64') QPR 0-1 Arsenal

Arsenal secured their second Premier League win in four days with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers on Wednesday evening. Goals from Olivier Giroud and Alexis put the Gunners in a comfortable position, but not for the first time this season -- and not even for the first time against QPR -- they let in a late goal to make the final minutes far more nerve-racking than they should have been.

They held out to take an important three points on a night when all the teams around them...

 By Peter Wood

Arsenal need energy against QPR, so time to drop Mesut Ozil

Arsene Wenger insists his side are nowhere near to joining the Premier League title race, despite his side sitting just four points behind second-placed Manchester City in the table.

It must be a strange time to be an Arsenal fan. Seven wins from eight Premier League games in 2015 point to quite a resurgence at the club after the opening three months of the season were beyond embarrassing.

Topping the injury table had left Arsene Wenger with a threadbare squad and, as a result, they disappointed. However, things started to turn in December as the cavalry returned and, slowly but surely, the team has kicked into gear and found some impressive form. With three wins from three,...

Gabriel gives Arsenal chance to rest over-used Mertesacker

Despite Gabriel Paulista's impressive display against Everton over the weekend, ESPN FC's Paul Mariner still believes Wenger will continue with Per Mertesacker as centre-back.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger praises his side for their improved performance against Everton following their shock defeat to Monaco in the Champions League.

It was clear from the first whistle against Everton that Arsenal had been badly shaken by the events of last Wednesday night. The defeat to Monaco was unexpected, and the late strike which gave the French side their third away goal turned the brief glimmer of light from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's goal into a chasm of darkness.

With wins for Man United and Liverpool adding to the pressure, it's little wonder there wasn't much fluency to Arsenal's football, and although the scoreline makes the...

 By Nick Miller

Arsenal rebound from Champions League defeat with win vs. Everton

ESPN FC's Craig Burley talks Arsenal's victory following a rough week in the Champions League.

LONDON -- Goals from Olivier Giroud and Tomas Rosicky gave Arsenal an easy 2-0 win vs. Everton. Here are three quick thoughts from their Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

1. Giroud scores, still not enough for Arsenal

It is quite difficult to know what to make of Olivier Giroud. Watching him against Monaco midweek and even at points in Sunday's game against Everton, when he contrived to miss a virtually free header from about six yards out not once but twice, it's difficult...

David Ospina the unexpected star as Arsenal hold on for victory vs. Everton

ESPN FC's Craig Burley talks Arsenal's victory following a rough week in the Champions League.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Olivier Giroud goal (40') Arsenal 1-0 Everton
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Tomas Rosicky goal (89') Arsenal 2-0 Everton

Arsenal edged to a nervous 2-0 win over Everton on Sunday to keep their hopes of a top-four finish intact. After the midweek defeat at home to Monaco, there was an understandable tension in the air at the Emirates. Ultimately, a lacklustre Gunners side struggled for fluency and Everton will feel unlucky to leave north London without a point.

The opening goal came from Olivier Giroud, who achieved a measure of redemption after his miss-laden display against Monaco when he tucked home Mesut Ozil's...

Arsenal picking up the pieces after Champions League horror show

The ESPN FC panel discuss the necessary elements to a potential Arsenal victory over Everton.

Arsenal's disappointment in the wake of Wednesday's Champions League disaster has been palpable.

Striker Olivier Giroud described himself as "hurt and embarrassed" after his profligacy in front of goal was made all the more costly by defensive lapses that the team had worked hard to cut out of their game. Arsene Wenger, meanwhile, was the brunt of heavy criticism for not being able to overcome what was, for once, an opponent in the first knockout round that the Gunners could realistically expect...