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Arsenal next Five fixtures compared to Liverpool, Manchester City and Aston villa as Arteta Men set to win their first premier league title under Arteta

Arsenal next Five fixtures compared to Liverpool, Manchester City and Aston villa as Arteta Men set to win their first premier league title under Arteta

Arsenal’s victory over Liverpool cost them the chance to move up to the top of the Premier League table by eight points.

The Gunners’ goals came from Gabriel Martinelli, Leandro Trossard, and Bukayo Saka as Jurgen Klopp’s team only lost twice this season. The Reds had a subpar performance and paid for two errors in the second half.

After 13 minutes, Saka gave the Gunners the lead, putting the Reds behind. The England international came on to complete after Kai Havertz’s initial effort was saved as Liverpool were ripped open.

Luis Diaz’s persistence paid off as the ball scampered across the line just before halftime. But Liverpool found out halfway through the second half.

Martinell was ecstatic to find himself in a situation where Alisson Becker and Virgil van Dijk had made a mistake. After a strong block on Kai Havertz, Ibrahima Konate was sent off for a second bookable offense, and Trossard scored the final goal moments later.

If Manchester City defeats Brentford on Monday, they might cut the deficit between them and Liverpool to three points. Here is the Reds’ Premier League schedule for the upcoming weeks, starting with their match against Burnley.

Liverpool next five fixtures

Burnley (H) – Saturday, February 10

Brentford (A) – Saturday, February 17

Luton (H) – Wednesday, February 21

Nottingham Forest (A) – Saturday, March 2

Manchester City (H) – Saturday, March 9

Other important dates to be aware of in this period:

Chelsea (N, Carabao Cup final) – Sunday, February 25

Southampton or Watford (H, FA Cup fifth round) – Wednesday, February 28

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Manchester City next five fixtures

Brentford (A) – Monday, February 5

Everton (H) – Saturday, February 10

Chelsea (H) – Saturday, February 17

Brentford (H) – Tuesday, February 20

Bournemouth (A) – Saturday, February 25

Arsenal next five fixtures

West Ham (A) – Sunday, February 11

Burnley (A) – Saturday, February 17

Newcastle (H) – Saturday, February 24

Sheffield United (A) – Monday, March 4

Brentford (H) – Saturday, March 9

Aston Villa next five fixtures

Manchester United (H) – Sunday, February 11

Fulham (A) – Saturday, February 17

Nottingham Forest (H) – Saturday, February 24

Luton Town (A) – Saturday, March 2

Tottenham Hotspur (H) – Saturday, March 9.

Tottenham Hotspur next five fixtures

Brighton (H) – Saturday, February 10

Wolves (H) – Saturday, February 17

Chelsea (A) – Friday, February 23

Crystal Palace (H) – Saturday, March 2

Tottenham Hotspur (A) – Saturday, March 9

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