Tuesday, 15th April, 2014

West Ham United right-back Guy Demel is wary of Arsenal and feels that Arsene Wenger’s side will put their best foot forward when the two sides meet in their Premier League game at the Emirates Stadium this evening.

The Gunners are on a four-match winless streak in the English league, but enter the game on the back of their FA Cup semi-final victory over Wigan Athletic on Saturday.

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But Demel feels that quick back-to-back matches will not bother the Emirates Stadium outfit and insists that the Hammers need to be at their best if they wish to take a point home.

"When you play for Arsenal, you have to be used to be playing two games a week so I don't think there is fatigue. They have to get a result and we have to do our best to get a point or more”, the Ivorian told West Ham’s site.


"During the week we all follow the football news, but the most important is West Ham and what are we going to get out of the game.

“We know it's a hard time for Arsenal, but they are playing at home, so I'm sure they want to show their fans they're ready for the [big games at the] end of the season”, the 32-year-old added.

Arsenal are battling Everton for a top four spot in the Premier League, sitting in fifth place they are two points behind the fourth-placed Toffees, and a win today will be important to their hopes of playing in the Champions league next year.

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