Date:Tuesday November 6 2007
Dave Kitson is hoping that Reading can upset the current Premier League leaders Arsenal on Monday night, but is still tipping them to win the Title.
Kitson, who is incidentally a lifelong Tottenham fan, feels that Arsenal will win the title and he hopes they do, but he also feels that we could get something from them when they visit the Madejski Stadium for the Setanta Sports televised match on Monday, as he told the media, "We will try and play a bit more football at home and take the game to the opposition team. Every team fancies themselves to get something at home, even against Arsenal.
"They ground out a draw against Manchester United and they're such a fantastic team. I hope that I'm proved right and they do win the league."
To even get a point we will have to go some, but we have surprised the top sides before, so you can't count against it, but Kitson is right Arsenal are a quality team and a pleasure to watch.
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