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Key Events

85'
J. Bacuna
Yellow Card
83'
P. Aubameyang
Assist
83'
L. Torreira
Goal
80'
M. Guendouzi
Yellow Card
70'
E. Durm
D. Williams
66'
Nacho Monreal
S. Mustafi
60'
F. Hadergjonaj
T. Smith
52'
J. Bacuna
J. Hogg
46'
H. Mkhitaryan
A. Lacazette
46'
A. Iwobi
S. Lichtsteiner
45' + 2'
S. Mustafi
Yellow Card
40'
S. Papastathopoulos
Yellow Card
39'
T. Smith
Yellow Card
38'
S. Lichtsteiner
Yellow Card
38'
D. Williams
Yellow Card
35'
A. Pritchard
Yellow Card
24'
G. Xhaka
Yellow Card
Kick Off
3
5
3
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Stats

Possession
% %
8
5
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 2 0
Total Passes 525 323

Commentary

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Arsenal's busy schedule continues on Thursday when they host Qarabag in their final Europa League group-stage match, before travelling to Southampton next weekend. Huddersfield can hold their heads high after a solid performance but need a response next time out at home to Newcastle after three defeats in a row.
Three points for Arsenal means it is now 21 unbeaten in all competitions for Emery's side but they were far from their best today. Huddersfield made it difficult with a strong defensive performance, although the Gunners finally found the breakthrough with one moment of magic inside the final 10 minutes when Torreira acrobatically volleyed home Aubameyang's cross. That proved to be enough in the end to send the north London side into the top four of the Premier League, although Chelsea and Tottenham are still to play.
90' + 7' FULL-TIME: ARSENAL 1-0 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN
90' + 5' Bacuna fires a free-kick from the halfway line forward into the box where Huddersfield have everybody forward, including goalkeeper Lossl, but Arsenal get the ball away. However, they cannot hit on the counter quick enough to put the game beyond doubt.
90' + 3' Arsenal looking to take the sting out of the game in the latter stages as they desperately look to ensure they do not slip late on to allow Huddersfield back into the match.
90' + 1' There will be seven minutes of additional time at the end of the second half.
90' Aubameyang latches onto Torreira's smart pass and puts the Huddersfield defence under pressure but Kongolo covers the danger, blocking the effort at goal behind for a corner which comes to nothing.
88' Depoitre tumbles inside the box under pressure from Sokratis and Arsenal are furious that the Huddersfield man was not cautioned for his theatrics. 
87' Certainly not a vintage performance from Arsenal but Emery deserves credit. He has urged his side to calm down throughout the second half and to be patient, when he could have easily demanded more. His management of the game has been nothing short of superb.
J. Bacuna
Yellow Card
Huddersfield Town
85' The yellow card count increases as Bacuna becomes the ninth player to be booked in the game after fouling Mkhitaryan.
P. Aubameyang
Assist
Arsenal
83' Not the best performance from Aubameyang, who has largely been feeding on scraps, but he has provided the spark with superb control. Credit must go to Guendouzi for his pass but Arsenal's leading scorer still had plenty to do before providing the assist to Torreira.
L. Torreira
Goal
Arsenal
83' GOOOOOOOOAL! 1-0 Arsenal! Guendouzi plays a superb pass through into the middle that Aubameyang takes down superbly, although he cannot get a shot on goal and sees his effort blocked. He is alert enough to pounce on the loose ball though and lofts a pass into the middle where Torreira acrobatically volleys home.
82' Mkhitaryan rises above Kongolo to latch onto Kolasinac's cross but he cannot get an effort on target, heading over the bar.
M. Guendouzi
Yellow Card
Arsenal
80' Arsenal appeal for a penalty once again as Guendouzi charges into the box and goes down under pressure from Mooy but the decision goes against him, earning the Gunners' third booking in this match for simulation.
78' Huddersfield earn their first corner of the game and Mooy floats a delivery into the middle but Arsenal stand firm, although they are unable to launch a counter-attack.
76' The Gunners still working their way through the gears as Mkhitaryan fires an inviting cross into the middle but neither Iwobi or Kolasinac can divert the ball towards goal.
74' Arsenal still have plenty of time to snatch a winner but they have not deserved anything. While it looks like they will extended their unbeaten run to 21 matches, this would be a fifth draw in the last seven Premier League games.
72' Bacuna fouls Torreira to hand Arsenal a free-kick in a promising position. Xhaka is lurking over the ball but his delivery is fisted away by Lossl, with Bellerin then firing a shot over the bar from outside the box.
E. Durm
D. Williams
Huddersfield Town
70' Third and final change for Huddersfield as Durm takes the place of Williams.
70' Arsenal banging on the door as Iwobi feeds through Kolasinac in space but his attempted pass back across the area pings around before being cleared away.
68' Time is quickly running out for Arsenal and Emery's hand has been shown. The issue is Huddersfield continue to put everyone behind the ball in an attempt to keep the Gunners quiet.
Nacho Monreal
S. Mustafi
Arsenal
66' Confirmation of Arsenal's third and final substitution, which allows Monreal to make his return to the side.
65' A problem for Arsenal as Mustafi has picked up an injury and is forced off, which leaves the Gunners down to 10 men until they are ready to make a change.
63' MISS! A glorious chance for Arsenal as Xhaka's corner flies above the heads of everybody and meets Aubameyang at the far post but he can only direct a header off target.
62' Inside the final half hour at the Emirates Stadium and Arsenal continue to struggle. It seems they have lost their steam after their tough fixtures earlier this week.
F. Hadergjonaj
T. Smith
Huddersfield Town
60' Game over for Smith, who leaves the field on a stretcher and is replaced by Hadergjonaj.
58' Smith is down on the deck and requires treatment, which could see Huddersfield forced into another change. It looks to be a hamstring injury.
56' Huddersfield have collected just two points in their seven away Premier League matches against the established 'big six'. As it stands, they are set to secure a valuable point.
54' The home faithful are becoming increasingly frustrated with their sides poor performance, although the majority of their anger is being directed towards the referee.
J. Bacuna
J. Hogg
Huddersfield Town
52' Huddersfield are forced into a change as Hogg hobbles off the field, with Bacuna taking his spot.
50' BIG SAVE! Huddersfield earn a rare opportunity to test Leno but the chance is wasted. The loose ball is collected by Pritchard and he drives a low delivery into the middle but Leno is there to pounce on possession before it can be tapped home.
48' Torreira hits the deck in dramatic fashion after being caught by Mooy, which hands the Gunners a free-kick in a dangerous position. It is played short for Xhaka and his delivery is sliced by Smith but is collected by Lossl.
46' Mkhitaryan immediately involved as he fires a driven shot at goal from outside the box but his attempt bounces wide of the mark.
46' Huddersfield get the action restarted for the second half against a reshuffled Arsenal side after those changes at the break.
H. Mkhitaryan
A. Lacazette
Arsenal
46' The second change is the introduction of Mkhitaryan, who replaces Lacazette.
A. Iwobi
S. Lichtsteiner
Arsenal
46' Double change at the break for Arsenal, the first of which sees Iwobi replace Lichtsteiner in a move that suggests the hosts will revert to a back four.
Emery has already made it clear this season he is not afraid to make changes at the break and it would not be surprising to see substitutions for the second half. Huddersfield will aim to continue in the same fashion although they have a few players walking a tightrope after picking up yellow cards.
Arsenal's inability to boast a lead at the break continues after a frustrating first period. Aubameyang and Lacazette both missed superb opportunities before the latter had an effort chalked off for offside, while Huddersfield have been unable to offer any threat in their own attacks.
45' + 3' HALF-TIME: ARSENAL 0-0 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN
S. Mustafi
Yellow Card
Arsenal
45' + 2' Another yellow card for Arsenal and another card for simulation. Mustafi hits the deck inside the area following a corner and the officials are not impressed with his theatrics. He too will be suspended for next weekend's tie with Southampton.
45' + 1' WHAT A SAVE! Torreira, who scored his first goal for Arsenal against Tottenham last weekend, lets fly from distance but is denied a stunning goal by a superb diving save from Lossl.
44' Arsenal are looking shaky at the back and this presents an opportunity for Pritchard, who has space inside the box but curls a very tame effort well wide of the target.
42' NO GOAL! Leno's long ball forward is flicked on by Aubameyang and a poor pass from Jorgensen hands Lacazette an opportunity on a plate. However, the Arsenal man was offside from the initial pass and the offside flag is raised - although Arsenal will be furious due to the touch from the Huddersfield defender.
S. Papastathopoulos
Yellow Card
Arsenal
40' Now Sokratis has his name taken for a very poor challenge on Hogg, which means he will miss Arsenal's trip to Southampton next weekend.
T. Smith
Yellow Card
Huddersfield Town
39' The flurry of yellow cards continues as Smith clatters into Kolasinac with a late challenge.
S. Lichtsteiner
Yellow Card
Arsenal
38' Lichsteiner also has his name taken for his protests after going head-to-head with Williams.
D. Williams
Yellow Card
Huddersfield Town
38' A poor challenge from Williams on Torreira sees the Huddersfield man earn a booking and Arsenal's players are furious, believing further punishment was necessary.
A. Pritchard
Yellow Card
Huddersfield Town
35' Pritchard hauls Lichtsteiner down in midfield with a rugby-esque challenge and deservedly has his name taken by the referee.
33' A real lack of creativity on the pitch for Arsenal, which is not too surprising considering their midfield. The absence of Ozil and Ramsey is obvious.
31' Much better from Arsenal but they should certainly have the lead. Bellerin is looking increasingly threatening down the right though, where the Gunners are finding plenty of joy.
29' HUGE MISS! Arsenal carve their way through in style with Aubameyang, Bellerin and Guendouzi combining before the latter plays through to Lacazette. He has the goal at his mercy but slips as he takes the shot, seeing the ball balloon over the top of the net.
28' WIDE! Arsenal hit on the counter and Xhaka tries to beat Lossl from distance but he does not hit it cleanly. Instead, it is driven towards Aubameyang and he stabs an effort wide of the post. A huge opportunity missed.
26' Still nothing to separate the two sides as we edge towards the half hour mark in a match that has been rather disappointing.
G. Xhaka
Yellow Card
Arsenal
24' Xhaka earns the game's first yellow card for simulation, which is a tad harsh as he had his heels clipped by Mooy.
22' Arsenal have not led any of their 15 Premier League games at half-time this season, drawing 11 and losing four.
20' Arsenal are still enjoying the lion's share of possession but they have been unable to create any threatening passages of play. It has all been far too easy for the visitors so far.
18' The action so far has certainly not been as exciting as the fast-paced tempo of last weekend's north London derby or the midweek clash at Old Trafford, with Arsenal looking rather lethargic and Huddersfield standing firm.
16' Hogg is able to continue and retakes his position in the heart of midfield for Huddersfield having had his wrist bandaged.
15' The action is still yet to restart as Hogg continues to receive treatment for what looks to be an injury to his wrist. 
13' The referee calls for a break in play as Hogg requires treatment after lunging into a challenge with Guendouzi. 
12' Arsenal are still yet to test Lossl between the sticks for Huddersfield and the majority of the play is taking place in the middle third of the pitch.
10' Aubameyang, the Premier League's joint top-scorer alongside Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, has scored 10 goals this season - the same amount as Huddersfield.
8' Huddersfield have barely seen any of the ball in the opening exchanges and their focus is solely on the defensive aspects of their play, which they are managing well so far.
6' Arsenal turn up the tempo and counter through Lacazette, who tees a ball through to Bellerin. He tries to cut a pass across to Aubameyang but it is deflected behind for a corner which comes to nothing.
5' The Gunners have not found too much room to work with in threatening areas so far but are retaining possession within their own half, adopting a patient approach.
3' Arsenal are knocking the ball around in the early exchanges as they establish a foothold on the game, although Huddersfield are putting them under a consistent amount of pressure.
1' We are underway at the Emirates Stadium, where Arsenal get the action started.
The two teams are heading onto the field ahead of kick-off.
Arsenal are unbeaten in the last 10 games against Huddersfield in all competitions, winning 5-0 in this fixture last season.
David Wagner also makes three changes following a midweek defeat to Bournemouth, drafting in Smith, Lowe and Williams - the latter of which makes his first Premier League appearance since March. Hadergjonaj and Durm both drop to the bench, while Philip Billing is suspended.
Unai Emery makes three changes to the Gunners side that drew with Manchester United on Wednesday, bringing Lichtsteiner, Xhaka and Lacazette. Rob Holding and Aaron Ramsey miss out with injuries sustained at Old Trafford, while Iwobi drops to the bench and is joined by Laurent Koscielny - in the squad for the first time this season.
Huddersfield subs: Ben Hamer, Elias Kachunga, Ramadan Sobhi, Isaac Mbenza, Juninho Bacuna, Erik Durm, Florent Hadergjonaj.
Huddersfield XI (3-4-1-1): Jonas Lossl; Mathias Jorgenson, Christopher Schindler, Terence Kongolo; Tommy Smith, Aaron Mooy, Jonathan Hogg, Danny Williams, Chris Lowe; Alex Pritchard; Laurent Depoitre.
Arsenal subs: Petr Cech, Eddie Nketiah, Laurent Koscienly, Mohamed Elneny, Alex Iwobi, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Nacho Monreal.
Arsenal XI (3-5-2): Bernd Leno; Stephan Lichtsteiner, Shkodran Mustafi, Sokratis; Hector Bellerin, Matteo Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira, Granit Xhaka, Sead Kolasinac; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette.
Arsenal were frustrated against Manchester United in midweek with a 2-2 draw but it saw the Gunners extend their unbeaten run to 20 across all competitions, their longest run since November 2007. They will be favourites to maintain that form today against a Huddersfield side who have just one win from their last ten Premier League matches on the road.
Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of the Premier League clash between Arsenal and Huddersfield Town, where the hosts are looking to extend their marvellous unbeaten streak.
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