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Arsenal’s next five fixtures compared to Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City 

 Arsenal’s next five fixtures compared to Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City 

Arsenal experienced their first loss in the Premier League this season on Saturday night, falling 1-0 to Newcastle United in an away match. Anthony Gordon’s goal in the second half, which was surrounded by significant VAR controversy, secured a victory for the hosts in a tense game at St. James’ Park.

The Gunners are currently positioned fourth in the league standings, as Liverpool surpassed them after drawing against Luton Town the previous day. Martin Odegaard was absent from the trip to the north, as Arteta confirmed that Arsenal’s club captain wasn’t sufficiently fit to participate.

After their defeat in Tyneside, ArsenalBrief examines the upcoming five matches for the North London team across all competitions…


Sevilla (H) – November 8

Arsenal is set to host Sevilla at the Emirates Stadium with the aim of securing a second successive victory over the Spanish team. 

The Gunners presently lead their Champions League group and have the chance to significantly progress towards qualifying for the knockout stages by securing a win against Sevilla.

Burnley (H) – November 11

Arsenal’s upcoming home match in the Premier League is against Burnley, a team that has faced challenges since their return to the top flight. 

This fixture presents an opportunity for the Gunners to secure three points, although the former Manchester City captain, Vincent Kompany, will undoubtedly endeavor to prevent that outcome.

Brentford (A) – November 25

Arsenal is gearing up for a London derby, heading to Brentford after the final international break of the year. Despite this, the Bees are a formidable opponent known for their success in thwarting teams and capitalizing on counter-attacking opportunities.

Lens (H) – November 29

At the end of November, Arsenal will play their fifth Champions League group stage match. Mikel Arteta’s team aims to avenge their prior defeat against Lens in the reverse fixture played in France.

By this stage, Arsenal might have already qualified for the knockout rounds. However, they aspire to top Group B to secure a more favorable draw in the round of 16, emphasizing the importance of finishing at the top of their group.

Wolves (H) – December 2

In early December, the Gunners kick off the month with a home match against Wolves, who presently hold the 14th spot in the league standings. Arsenal has seen success against Wolves in recent encounters, claiming victories both at home and away in the last two Premier League seasons.

Arteta and the team aim to sustain this winning streak this season, aspiring to continue their positive track record against Wolves.

Manchester City

Young Boys (H) – Tuesday, November 7

Chelsea (A) – Sunday, November 12

Liverpool (H) – Saturday, November 25

RB Leipzig (H) – Tuesday, November 28

Tottenham (H) – Sunday, December 3


Wolves (A) – Saturday, November 11

Aston Villa (H) – Sunday, November 26

Man City (A) – Sunday, December 3

West Ham (H) – Thursday, December 7

Newcastle (H) – Sunday, December 10


Toulouse (A) – Thursday, November 9

Brentford (H) – Sunday, November 12

Man City (A) – Saturday, November 25

LASK (H) – Thursday, November 30

Fulham (H) – Sunday, December 3

 Arsenal’s next five fixtures compared to Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City 

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