Arsenal’s next six Premier League fixtures vs Manchester United, West Ham and Tottenham


Arsenal secured three crucial points on Saturday afternoon as they beat Brentford 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium.

The Gunners remain in sixth place but are now level on points with West Ham United, who were held at home to struggling Newcastle United. Manchester United remain four points behind Arsenal, however, after the Red Devils secured a dramatic win over Leeds United at Elland Road.

Tottenham also picked up a rather surprising win over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium as Antonio Conte’s men keep the pressure on the Gunners.

While Arsenal still have 15 games left of the Premier League season, football.london takes a look at the Gunners’ next six games in the league against their four main rivals.

Arsenal’s next six matches

Wolves (H) – February 24

Watford (A) – March 6

Leicester City (H) – March 13

Liverpool (H) – March 16

Aston Villa (A) – March 19

Crystal Palace – April 2

Manchester United’s next six matches

Watford (H) – February 26

Manchester City (A) – March 6

Tottenham (H) – March 12

Liverpool (A) – March 20

Leicester City (H) – April 2

Everton (A) – April 9

West Ham’s next six matches

Wolves (H) – February 27

Liverpool (A) – March 5

Aston Villa (H) – March 13

Tottenham (A) – March 20

Everton (H) – April 2

Brentford (A) – April 9

Tottenham’s next six matches

Burnley (A) – February 23

Leeds United (A) – February 26

Everton (H) – March 7

Manchester United (A) – March 12

Brighton (A) – March 16

West Ham United (H) – March 20

What did Arteta say?

Asked if it looked like a top four spot was now in Arsenal’s hands, Mikel Arteta remained cautious when addressing his side’s chances.

He said: “It’s a long way to go. We’re a bit closer today because we won our game and that’s what we want to do.

“We still have to play on Thursday and win our game against Wolves. It will be a really tough game. We have to play better and better. That’s the goal.”

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