Gunner's seems to have picked some winning momentum after three premier league wins in a row. But the most convincing one against Tottenham fellow London rivals yesterday.
Next for Arteta's men is a trip to face inform Brighton next week on Sunday. Meanwhile the Seagulls pose a tricky challenge. Considering they have played five matches with 13 points.
That can change this night when they take on Crystal Palace. And a win will surprise there fans to top of the Premier league table with 15 points.
Arsenal if they win against Brighton they will be at 12 points. Which entirely puts them at sixth position and that makes them. Automatically on European football if they hold on. To that position or even go much higher.
Arsenal and Brighton they both have an added advantage in the race to European football next season. Compared to West Ham, Spurs and Leicester City.
Who are currently playing on weekend and midweek European commitments. Seagulls and Gunner's will always have there players fresh every weekend.
And there managers only need to avoid complacency. And ensure maximum discipline and end injury setbacks. Though Arteta has already injury to Xhaka after unexpected tackle from Spurs star Moura.
Keeping first team fit with the likes of Aubameyang, Rowe, Saka, Partey, Xhaka, Aaron, Ben, Tomiyasu. And Odegaard will be key players to Arsenal's ambition to play European football next season.
Another thing Arteta should consider putting up strict measures to players on Covid-19 exposure. With October international break in two weeks time. Just last September Xhaka. Couldn't return to club football on time after returning positive Covid-19 results.
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