WSL: Jonas Eidevall wants Arsenal to show ‘attitude’ ahead of huge Chelsea clash

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Chelsea manager Jonas Eidevall has told his side not to fear Chelsea ahead of Friday night’s huge WSL clash.

Emma Hayes’ side trail Arsenal by two points at the top of the Women’s Super League, although Chelsea have one game less.

After losing last year’s FA Cup final to Chelsea earlier in the season, Eidevall urged his side to be brave.

“I don’t have a crystal ball, but it’s the most important game because it’s the next game,” the Arsenal manager said when asked if the upcoming game could be decisive for the title.

“I’m not afraid of losing, which means we want to win. It’s about coming out with an attitude, trying to win the game and not being afraid of losing.”

Boss Emma Hayes believes Chelsea go into the game in decent form, with the Blues unbeaten since exiting the Champions League in December.

“I don’t focus on prioritizing game after game, to win a league you have to perform throughout the campaign and of course there will be ups and downs,” he said. she declared.

“I think our team is in a good moment, we have a good dynamic, but that doesn’t mean anything.

“Arsenal have the best players, I’m sure they have a plan for tomorrow, but my focus is just that we have a great training session today, which we did.

“Good spirit, good energy, good togetherness and we can’t wait to be home again. Another sale – it’s going to be great.”

With the match at Kingsmeadow sold out, Arsenal have decided to stage their Women’s Champions League quarter-final first leg against Wolfsburg next month at the Emirates Stadium to ensure greater attendance, with capacity for the match limited at 10,000.


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