Arsenal begin their Europa League knockout phase with a visit to BATE Borisov where Unai Emery will field a somewhat changed starting lineup
Arsenal travel to Belarus for their Europa League last-32 encounter with BATE Borisov as the Gunners look to take a giant step into the next round
Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to keep the pressure on Liverpool and Manchester City when they welcome Leicester City to Wembley on Sunday.
Unai Emery is having to deal with even more injuries in defence, as Arsenal travel to Huddersfield and look to bounce back after their loss to Manchester City to get back in the race for the top four.
Arsenal will look to bounce back from their defeat to Manchester City with a win over bottom side Huddersfield and pull themselves back into the race for fourth place.
Arsenal had the chance to make a statement; instead, they handed the game on a platter to Manchester City who with the win moved back to the second spot
Arsenal travel to the Etihad for a crucial encounter with Man City and Unai Emery might adapt to a similar strategy which saw the Gunners beat Chelsea recently
Manchester City host Arsenal in a crucial fixture that is significant in the title race as well as the top four, as both sides look to collect three points.
Tottenham hope to go above Manchester City as they face Newcastle United who look to make two big scalps in one week after beating the champions in midweek.
Chelsea are hopeful of landing Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho in the summer as they are resigned to losing Eden Hazard to Real Madrid after the season ends.