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BREAKING NEWS: REVEALED…Arsenal’s next five fixtures compared to Man City, Liverpool and Aston Villa after Brighton win – As Mikel Arteta’s men set to continue their winning streak away from Emirates at Anfield despite De Bruyne injury return

BREAKING NEWS: REVEALED…Arsenal’s next five fixtures compared to Man City, Liverpool and Aston Villa after Brighton win – As Mikel Arteta’s men set to continue their winning streak away from Emirates at Anfield despite De Bruyne injury return

BREAKING NEWS: AVAILABLE: Arsenal’s next five games against Man City, Liverpool, and Aston Villa following their victory over Brighton – Mikel Arteta’s team is expected to maintain their winning run away from Emirates at Anfield despite De Bruyne’s return from injury

BREAKING NEWS: AVAILABLE: Arsenal’s next five games against Man City, Liverpool, and Aston Villa following their victory over Brighton – Mikel Arteta’s team is expected to carry on winning at Anfield away from Emirates despite De Bruyne’s injury return.

Arsenal defeated Brighton 2-0 on Sunday afternoon to continue their Premier League winning streak. The Canaries’ most recent defeat in the Premier League at Emirates Stadium came in May, when Roberto De Zerba’s team prevailed 3-0.

After controlling the match against the Seagulls, Gabriel Jesus headed in a corner kick to give Mikel Arteta’s team their retribution. Shortly before the final whistle, Kai Havertz calmly finished into the net to seal the victory.

With their 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace at the Etihad Stadium over the weekend, Manchester City lost more ground in the title fight. While Liverpool dropped to second place in the table following a 0-0 draw with Manchester United at Anfield, Aston Villa defeated Brentford.

In their final encounter before Christmas, Arsenal and Liverpool—two teams vying for the Premier League title this year—will square off at Anfield. The Canaries have only triumphed once in their previous 14 games at Anfield and have a poor record when playing the Reds on Merseyside.

West Ham (H) – December 28

Arsenal takes on West Ham in the London derby between Christmas and New Year’s Day. The Gunners played this exact match last year and prevailed 3-1. As the 2022 form has continued into the new year, Arteta will undoubtedly be hoping for the same outcome.

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Fulham (A) – December 31

Arsenal plays Fulham in the Premier League to cap off an incredible 2023. Leandro Trossard assisted all three of the Canaries’ first-half goals in their most recent victory at Craven Cottage.

After that match, Marco Silva lost Aleksandar Mitrovic, but he was able to deny Arsenal target Joao Palhinha. For Arteta and Edu, this game could serve as a useful scouting exercise prior to the January transfer window opening.

Liverрool (H) – January 7 (FA Cuр)

Arsenal’s FA Cup campaign will begin with a spectacular game against Liverpool. At Emirates Stadium, the Canaries play the Reds, a team they defeated 3-2 in the league the previous year.

Prior to that thrilling victory in October 2022, Jurgen Klopp’s team had an impeccable record in North London, having won three straight games.

Crystal Palace (H) – January 20

On the other side of the winter break, Arsenal will host Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium in their first league match of 2024. The Gunners, who earlier in the season defeated the Eagles 1-0 at Selhurst Park, have been outstanding against them lately.

Last season, Arteta’s team defeated Palace twice: once at home, 4-1 on the road. In this encounter, the Spion will be hoping for a similar outcome.

Manchester City

Urawa Reds (N) – December 19 (Club World Cuр)

Everton (A) – December 27

Sheffield United (H) – December 30.

Huddersfield Town (H) – January 7 (FA Cuр)

Newcastle (A) – January 13

Liverрool

West Ham (H) – December 20 (Carabao Cuр)

Arsenal (H) – December 23

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Burnley (A) – December 26

Newcastle (H) – January 1

Arsenal (H) – January 7 (FA Cuр)

Aston Villa

Sheffield United (H) – December 22

Manchester United (A) – December 26

Burnley (H) – December 30

Middlesbrough (A) – January 6 (FA Cuр)

Everton (A) – January 14

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