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Arsenal’s next five Premier League games will pit them against Man City, Liverpool, and Aston Villa, setting up a difficult fight for the Arteta Men to reclaim their lost glory.

Arsenal's next five Premier League games will pit them against Man City, Liverpool, and Aston Villa, setting up a difficult fight for the Arteta Men to reclaim their lost glory.

Arsenal’s next five Premier League games will pit them against Man City, Liverpool, and Aston Villa, setting up a difficult fight for the Arteta Men to reclaim their lost glory.

On Saturday afternoon, Arsenal defeated Crystal Palace and got back on track, rekindling their title chances. The outcome moved the Gunners up to third position, behind Manchester City and Liverpool.

After goals from Gabriel and Leandro Trossard, an own goal by Palace goalkeeper Dean Henderson gave the Gunners the advantage. At Emirates Stadium, they won 5-0 as Gabriel Martinelli scored twice in extra time to finish the massacre and make things much worse for their fellow Londoners.

Arsenal currently leads Liverpool, who play Bournemouth on Sunday afternoon, and City in terms of games played; the three teams are separated by two points, with Aston Villa in fourth place. Football.london examines the upcoming five Premier League matches for Arsenal.

Third-place Arsenal (43 points)

Tuesday, January 30 at 7:30 p.m. vs Nottingham Forest (A)

3:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 4 vs. Liverpool (H)

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