Arsenal is currently 11th in the Premier League after three losses, three wins, and a barren draw so far in the 2022/23 season.
Much has been said about how Arsenal can break into the top half of the Premier League table in the coming days, and the matches they have after the international break are ideal for Arsenal to be on a point-scoring mission.
Arsenal's point collection could begin on Monday, October 18th, when they face Crystal Palace. Crystal Palace have yet to find a way to put a foot under Patrick Viera. It would be shocking if Arsenal did not thrash them at home, where they are ranked 14th. Following the London derby, Arsenal will face Aston Villa at the Emirates in a difficult match. With both teams having the same points against them, it will be a difficult match, but Arsenal have a strong squad and will have the 12th man to outsmart Aston Villa for maximum points on Friday 22nd October. If Arteta is successful against Crystal Palace and Aston Villa, he will have to Martial his troops to upset Leicester, who have been struggling with players like James Madison and Youri Tielemans not performing as well as they did last season.
If Arsenal wins against Leicester, they will carry that form into the game against Watford on November 7th, where a win will ensure Arsenal completes an impressive four-match unbeaten run. Personally, I believe that if Arsenal can win these four games, they will be in the top six discussions and may even have a chance to challenge for a top four finish as the season progresses.
Of the 4 league games, which encounter do you consider tricky for Arsenal? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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