Arsenal’s following five Premier League games in contrast with Man City, Tottenham, and Liverpool.

Sunday’s 3-1 victory over Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium by Arsenal gave them all three points.

Martin Odegaard at an Arsenal game.

The following five Premier League games for Arsenal in comparison to Man City and Tottenham.

In a highly entertaining game on Sunday afternoon, Arsenal defeated Manchester United 3-1 in the dying seconds.

Marcus Rashford’s first-half goal put Mikel Arteta’s team behind for only a brief period of time before Martin Odegaard quickly pulled them even.

When Alejandro Garnacho’s effort in the 88th minute found the back of the net, United then believed they had secured all three points.

However, the young winger was ruled to be offside before the Gunners capitalized on their momentum by scoring late goals for the north Londoners to win in thrilling fashion. Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus both scored late goals.

As a result, Arsenal now trails league-leading Manchester City by two points. Manchester City is the only team to have won all four of its opening Premier League games.

So, football.London has compared the Gunners’ upcoming Premier League games with those of their nearest rivals.

Saturday, September 16.

Everton (A).

With a narrow 1-0 loss in Sean Dyche’s first game last season serving as the first significant roadblock in their title pursuit, Arsenal has bad memories of Goodison Park.

Despite their scoreless start to the season, the Toffees will aim to turn things around with a memorable victory.

Tottenham (H) – September 24, Sunday.

At the end of September, the North London Derby kicks off the season.

Since more than a decade ago, Arsenal has not suffered a home loss to their fiercest rivals in the Premier League, but new manager Ange Postecoglou is anticipated to lead a completely different squad to Emirates Stadium.

The 30th of September in Bournemouth (A).

The Vitality Stadium will host Arsenal’s final game of September against Bournemouth.

Another team redefining itself is the Cherries, who traded Gary O’Neill for Andoni Iraola.

This means a challenging match is undoubtedly in store.

On October 8th, Manchester City (H) will play.

The Gunners have a major matchup to look forward to in October.

For the first time since the FA Community Shield, the two title rivals from last season square off against one another.

Mikel Arteta will be hoping his team can defeat the defending champions twice in the space of a few months after Arsenal defeated City at Wembley prior to the 2023–24 season.

Saturday, October 21.

Chelsea (A).

The next day, Arsenal will travel to Stamford Bridge to face their rivals in London, Chelsea, who they defeated twice last season, 1-0 away and 3-1 at home.

But with Mauricio Pochettino now in the managerial hot seat, the Blues have significantly strengthened since then, bringing in players like Romeo Lavia and Moises Caicedo to their midfield ranks.

The Manchester City.

On September 16, West Ham (A) will play.

This coming Saturday, September 23, Nottingham Forest (H).

Wolves (A) – September 30.

Sunday, October 8 — Arsenal (H).

Saturday, October 21 in Brighton (A).


Wolves (A) – Saturday, September 16.

West Ham (H) – September 24.

Sat., Sept. 30, Tottenham (A).

On Sunday, October 8, Brighton (A).

On October 21st, Everton (H).


Saturday, September 16.

Sheffield United (H).

Arsenal (A) – September 24, Sunday.

Sunday, October 1: Liverpool (H).

Saturday, October 7 — Luton Town (A).

The 23rd of October, Fulham (H).

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