How our tour matches will be split

How our tour matches will be split

Two games played, two won, five goals scored and just the one conceded. Our summer tour has gone to plan so far, but life is about to get a lot tougher.

We face Bayern Munich in Shanghai on Wednesday, before our final match against Chelsea in Beijing on Saturday - and Arsene Wenger is expecting a big step up.

“For us it was a big change to come over from Australia to Shanghai, with the weather,” he said. 

“We trained hard yesterday and today as well, so I think physically we have suffered a little bit. This is another pre-season game and it is good for us to get competition. 

“In the first two games we focused mainly on attacking and in the second part of the tour we will have to focus on defending and attacking because we play against two big opponents.

“The expectation [against Bayern] is to deal with a quality game and to come out of the game with more confidence. That means we play with the quality we have shown in our first two games [of pre-season]. And to win the game.”

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