Arsenal will be in action this weekend as they will host arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspurs at Emirates as they look forward to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table to 4 points this month. Arsenal next 5 games could extend their lead at the top of the table to 7 points if they win all the matches & Man United beats Man City on Sunday. Arsenal will host Liverpool at Emirates on 9th October, travel to Elland Road on 16th October to take on Leeds United before hosting foes Man City on 19th October and traveling to Saint Marys on 23rd October to play Southampton. If Arsenal wins all the 5 matches, they will claim all the 15 points and climb up to the top of the summit with 33 points.
Arsenal current 4 topscorers include Gabriel Jesus who has netted 4 goals; Martin Odegaard who has scored 3 goals, Gabriel Martinelli who has scored 3 goals and William Saliba has 2 goals in the Premier League. The top 4 scorers are looking forward to add to their tally this October as they look forward to win the Premier League Golden Boot. Arsenal have scored 17 goals in 7 matches and conceded 7 goals with only Man City (23) & Tottenham (18) have scored more.
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