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Arsenal Will Be Out For Revenge Warns Morrison

James Morrison believes that not only will Arsenal want to put recent results behind them, they will also be out for revenge following our early season victory over them.

Speaking to wba.co.uk Morrison said he expects Arsenal to come out all guns blazing in an effort to save their season from becoming a damp squib after their recent Cup exits have left them battling for only the Premiership title.

Sense of perspective maybe, I'd have no problems if all we were fighting for was the Premiership title!

'Mr Wenger will let them know that we went to their home and beat them.'

I think many Baggies fans would be amazed if Mr Wenger had even seen it :-)

'I think they'll be looking to get a win as well because they're in the title race and have a good opportunity of winning it. But they're not going to get it easy when they come to our place.'

Morrison adds quickly in the interview that he's pleased that the fixture can go ahead as planned, simply because spirits are so high in the camp at the moment following the Blues result that the players just want to keep on playing so they don't lose that momentum.

'The mood is good, Roy has got everyone believing and fighting, the whole team was buzzing after the Blues game.'

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Date:Tuesday March 15 2011

Time: 9:00AM

 

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