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Mikel Agu predicts Arsenal victory in tonight’s Europa League clash with his club

“Our Europa League journey has ended, mathematically. It was always going to be difficult because we were in a tough group with Frankfurt and Arsenal."


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Vitoria Guimaraes' Nigerian midfielder Mikel Ndubusi Agu (L) blocks a shot from Arsenal's French striker Alexandre Lacazette during their UEFA Europa league Group F football match between Arsenal and Vitoria Guimaraes at the Emirates stadium in London on October 24, 2019. (Photo by Glyn KIRK / AFP)

Nigerian Midfielder Mikel Agu has made a stunning admission in tonight’s clash with Arsenal – that the Gunners who currently top the group is the favourite to win the game against his side.

Agu will start against Arsenal in the Group F Europa League match on Wednesday at the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques.

Arsenal currently tops the group with maximum points from three games and are favourites to win in Portugal, Agu has conceded.

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Vitória S.C. have a contrasting outcome from three games, with no points and the Nigerian admits the chance of the team progressing to the next round is all but over.

“Our Europa League journey has ended, mathematically. It was always going to be difficult because we were in a tough group with Frankfurt and Arsenal.

“For us now the major focus is the league because we’re fighting hard and working hard. The team is known to be a competitive side,” Footballlive quoted Agu as saying.

 

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