File - Arsenal's Mesut Ozil sits injured during their English Premier League soccer match against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, northern England August 31, 2014. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Even before Danny Welbeck scored those two goals against Switzerland Monday, I thought 16 million pounds ($26 million) was cheap for an England striker.Arsenal's record against the teams around them in the table last season was very poor, shipping six goals at City and Chelsea, five at Liverpool and picking up only five points from a possible 18 in meetings with the top three.Wenger's best bet is to have his team sit a bit deeper than Arsenal would normally play at home and use Welbeck's pace on the break – in the same way visitors Stoke hit City on the counter with Victor Moses and Mame Diouf in winning at the Etihad a couple of weeks ago.
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