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Pre-match press conference: Arsene Wenger v West Ham Utd [video]


Filed: Tuesday, 12th December 2017
By: Staff Writer


Arsene Wenger insists that West Ham will be a far different proposition from the team beaten 5-1 at the Olympic Stadium last season.

Wenger, speaking ahead of tomorrow night's London derby say he expects to face a completely different West Ham to that when the two sides met in Stratford a year ago this month.

See what the Gunners boss had to say about the game in his pre-match press conference below.








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