Arsenal are top of the Premier League table with 69 points and Arteta os looking forward to challenging Manchester City to his first Premier League title win as a manager. Even though he as well played under Arsene Wenger at Emirates he didn't win the trophy as a player.
Eight points ahead of defending champions isn't good enough for the red's of London. Especially considering how the next big fixtures are yet to be tricky with a trip to Etihad, Anfield and st James' park.
Chelsea will make a trip to Emirates Stadium which is another tough encounter for Londoners especially with Graham Potter seeking a top four finish this season. Now there has been some individual efforts from Arsenal players to have helped Gunners to such heights this season.
Bukayo Saka the 21-year-old scored the opener in their 4-0 win over Everton at the start of March, as well as setting up Gabriel Martinelli for the second. A brace in Arsenal's 4-1 win over huge Crystal Palace side at the Emirates. Coupled with another set-up for Martinelli, took Saka to double figures for goals and assists in the top-flight this term.
That has resulted to Bukayo Saka been named Premier League Player of the Month after helping Arsenal maintain their lead at the top of the table in March. Gunners tweeted congratulations to Saka, who is playing a key role in their quest for the Premier League glory this season as per Daily Mail report.
They won all four of their league games in March, with the in-form 21-year-old scoring three goals and claiming two assists for Mikel Arteta's side. It's the first time Bukayo Saka has won the award. While he is the second Arsenal player to nab it this season, after Martin Odegaard received the joint November/December award.
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