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Arsenal win in some style to maintain their unbeaten start to the season. Southampton remain without a point!
6-1! Walcott! Davis stops Vermaelen's shot, Cazorla plays in Walcott and the former Southampton man curls in a left-footed finish. No celebration
Kyle Simon: 'Wow 4 goals in the first half I'm surprised. Definitely eating my words I thought Arsenal would win 3-0 but I misjudged our ability... Go on arsenal.. I think 6-1 with santi to score'
Lambert is replaced by Rodriguez for the Saints
Just what Southampton need... Walcott and Giroud replace Gervinho and Podolski
5-1! Gervinho! Ramsey shows quick feet to dance around Clyne, his shot bounces off the post and kindly to Gervinho, who can't miss from one yard out!
Ramsey replaces Coquelin for the hosts
Steven Davis makes way for record signing Gaston Ramirez at half time. He joins Lambert up front as the Saints go 4-4-2
A totally dominant first half comes to an end with Arsenal in complete control at the Emirates. The two own goals have been tough on the Saints, who have a mountain to climb after the break. Arsenal have been simply superb
4-1! Fox! Southampton are back in it... It's a moment Szczesny will want to forget as he drops the ball at the feet of Fox, who fires home! Arsenal concede their first goal of the season
4-0! Own goal! Really tough luck on Southampton as a low cross from Gibbs sails off the boot of Clyne and beats a stranded Davis. We have only been playing 37 minutes and Southampton are four down
3-0! Gervinho! real problems for Southampton now. Arteta lifts the ball through to Gervinho, who bears down on goal from the right hand side and lashes home past the hapless Davis. That's his first goal of 2012 and the Saints look dead and buried before half time
2-0 Arsenal!! Podolski! It's a first goal at the Emirates for Podolski, who curls in a glorious free-kick from 25-yards out! A strike of pure quality
A re-shuffle in the Saints backline as central defender Hooiveld is replaced by debutant Yoshida. Looks like it was injury-forced
1-0 Arsenal!! The pressure eventually tells as Arsenal take the lead, albeit in fortunate circumstances. Podolski wriggles his way towards the Saints box, slips in Gibbs, his shot is saved by Davis but the rebound hits Hooiveld and trickles over the goal-line!
Kyle Simon: 'I hope Arsenal get a 3-0 win hopefully we can get some wins under our belts knowing that the reputation of the team and wages paid to the players they need to get a cup this season. Hopefully Podolski, Chamberlin and Santi to score.
Southampton have been impressive in defeat so far, but my Gooner heart will never say die. Southampton to go 0-1 up and Arsenal to equalise before half-time. Arsenal to win 4-1, Giroud to score twice. Come on you Reds!!!Nick Aslett
@thegoldprint has tweeted in saying: 'Southampton have been unlucky so far but Arsenal should win 2-0. Podolski and Arteta.'
Gabriel Sutton adds: 'I've got a few friends who support Southampton and there's always been a nice atmosphere at the club when I've been there so I want them to stay up. It's not like it's been a disastrous start for them - they've played some decent stuff in their games but haven't been as clinical as the opposition. With Podolski and Cazorla having opened their Arsenal goal accounts, I can't see that changing in this game. I'll go 2-0 to the Gunners.'
Sky Bet make Arsenal strong 1/3 favourites to take the points while Southampton can be backed at 8/1 to silence the Emirates Stadium. The draw is a tempting 4/1
Thomas Musonza says: 'Arsenal have been impressive defensively and in my opinion they are dark horses this season. If they can have more belief and less fragility, they could mount a serious challenge. Diaby could be key this season if he can maintain good health.'
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