Take a Look at Arsenal's Next 6 Tough Fixtures in The Premeir League
By Footballwizzardjerry | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 78 views
The Premeir league has become more entertaining as we approach matchweek 25. The race for top 4 finish has intesfied and the battle for survival is on fire too.
Arsenal recorded a 4-2 win against Leeds on Sunday, the win pushed the gunners to 10th in the EPL standings with 34 points. The gunners main aim this campaign is to qualify for Europe next season.
Mikel Arteta's side will welcome toppers Manchester city at the Emirates stadium on Sunday in a mouth watering clash. A win for either sides will be crucial in their different aims this season.
However the gunners are yet to embark on a run of tricky fixtures. Check out their next 6 EPL fixtures;
Arsenal will lock horns with 4 teams from the top 6 in the EPL standings. The gunners will face Leicester, Manchester city, Liverpool and Westham in their next 5 successive fixtures. This will be very tough fixtures for Arsenal.
However Mikel Arteta's side are improving every matchday. Aubamayeng was back in the score sheet this weekend after he scored a superb hatrick against Leeds. Arsenal will need Aubamayeng to be in his A game if they're to Come out on top in this matches.
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