Gunner's have won three matches conservatively for the first time these season. With victories over Norwich, Burnley. And now AFC Wimbledon in Carabao Cup fifth round tie.
Next for the Londoners is to welcome fellow London rivals Tottenham at Emirates Stadium. For a premier league encounter. Possibly as the two teams vie for bragging rights.
With Spurs already with nine points out of five matches while Gunner's with six points. But Arteta's men go into these fixture at the back of three wins.
They have been without doubt seen there confidence rise. And there manager Arteta has offered an insight, of what it looks like in the dressing room.
As per the Express, "Now the boys have managed to win three games in a raw. So credit to how they have handled that situation. And obviously they are really looking forward.
To playing on Sunday because it's the biggest game of the season for us at home." Concluded the Spaniard. Meanwhile Arteta had rested several first team players.
As he played against AFC Wimbledon. With even Aaron Ramsdale paving way for Leno. And Ben White, Gabriel Magalhaes, Tomiyasu and Odegaard all rested.
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