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EPL: 3 Reasons Why Arsenal May Become Unbeaten In October

In the sixth week of the English Premier League, Arsenal overcame Tottenham. On Sunday, Arsenal made it four wins in a row against Tottenham in the North London Derby, winning 3-1 thanks to goals from Emile Smith Rowe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and Bukayo Saka.

Despite a bad start to the season, the Gunners' current form indicates that they have improved. Arsenal's EPL fixtures for the month of October, on the other hand, may keep them unblemished. In the month of October, Arsenal will face Brighton, Crystal Palace, Brighton, Aston Villa, and Leicester City. In the image below, you can see the Arsenal's EPL fixtures for the month of October.

Here are three reasons why Arsenal has a good chance of going undefeated in October:

1 - They have a good team.

2 - Simple Fixtures

3 - They have a strong head-to-head record against their next four opponents.

Arsenal vs. Brighton.

Given Arsenal's current talent and form, a win over Brighton is a distinct possibility. Arsenal defeated them both at home and away last season. This would undoubtedly be a simple encounter for Arteta's troops.

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal.

Arsenal triumphed by 3 goals to zero the last time these two teams faced. This season, Crystal Palace has only won one game, while Arsenal has won three in a row. With Arsenal's current form, a win versus Crystal Palace is a distinct possibility.

Aston Villa vs Arsenal.

This could be Arsenal's only challenging encounter in the month of October. Arsenal has lost three of their previous four matches against Aston Villa.

Arsenal vs Leicester City.

Leicester City has had a difficult start to the season. Out of six EPL games this season, they have only won two, lost three, and drawn one.

Based on their previous matchups, I believe Arsenal will defeat Leicester.

Do you believe any of these clubs will be able to prevent Arsenal from going undefeated in October?

Please leave your thoughts in the box below.

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