Arsenal’s Unai Emery has revealed that his team is working at improving their away form in the Premier League.
The Gunners have only won four of their 12 away Premier League fixtures so far this season and Emery says they are doing what they can to improve on that.
“The organisation is about thinking to go into the positions,” Emery told a pre-match press conference.
“I think they are going to do high pressing and they are going to build up with good organisation to break our lines,”
“It’s not about thinking that they’re going to be deep defensively because they’re organised. I think they are going to push and they are going to do a lot of duels on the pitch against us. We are working on that and we also need to improve on our away form, how we can do better playing against teams who press high against us.”
Huddersfield have only won one of their 13 home league games this season and recently parted company with manager David Wagner.
Young German manager Jan Siewert took over from Wagner and is still searching for his first win as Terriers boss.