Arsenal responded to their defeat to Liverpool with a massive win over Fulham at the Emirates and moved within two points of Chelsea
Arsenal prepares themselves for their blockbuster, year ending clash with leaders Liverpool as the Gunners seek three points and keep pace with Chelsea
Arsenal travel to the Amex Stadium for their clash with Brighton as Unai Emery's men seek to keep pace with their their top-four rivals on the Premier League table
Arsenal host relegation-threatened Burnley at the Emirates with Unai Emery set to play Granit Xhaka in defence again, while Mesut Ozil is in contention to feature.
Arsenal are set to welcome Huddersfield at the Emirates as the Gunners look to get back into the top four
Unai Emery could be without as many as six first-team players when Arsenal face Manchester United in a Gameweek 15 tie at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
Arsenal painted North London red with an emphatic victory over rivals Tottenham at the Emirates to move above them on fourth after three second half goals ensured they got all three points
Arsenal travelled to Crystal Palace looking for a twelfth win in a row, instead, they were halted in their tracks in the 2-2 draw as a late Luka Milivojevic penalty salvaged a draw
Arsenal face Fulham at Craven Cottage in Sunday's early kick-off, as Unai Emery eyes a ninth consecutive win in all competitions.
Arsenal secured yet another win in the Premier League despite looking like they would lose the game at one point, as a Cathcart own goal and a late strike from Mesut Ozil secured the three points