Arsenal have been in fantastic form since the start of the new season, winning all but two of their last 12 matches The north Londoners’ impressive run of form has them topping the charts with 31 points, two points ahead of second-placed Man City Historically , the Gunners are in a pole position to win the Premier League for the first time in 18 years
Arsenal are on course to win the Premier League title this season, statistics show. The Gunners have enjoyed a hot start to the campaign and have emerged as early favorites to cart home the domestic title.
The Mikel Arteta-tutored side have picked up an impressive 10 wins from their last 12 fixtures, dropping points only on two occasions.
Arsenal’s spectacular run of results has them topping the charts with 31 points, two points ahead of defending champions Man City, who occupy second place.
History in favor of Arsenal While some rival fans and pundits contend it is still too early for anyone to declare Arsenal as favorites for the title, history is actually in favor of the north Londoners. According to numbers crunched by The Sun based on Premier League history, Arteta’s men look set to win the league this term.
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The publication notes that Arsenal’s current points tally is one of the best in the history of the English top flight. Manchester City have two of three perfect matches after 12 games played, adding 34 points in the 2011/12 and 2017/18 seasons. Liverpool also achieved this during the 19/20 campaign, with City (18/19) and Chelsea (14/15) taking 32 points after their first 12 games. Incredibly, all these teams won the Premier League during those seasons.
Only one of the other four teams with 31 points after 12 games failed to win the title. This team takes the form of Newcastle United, who were second behind Man United during the 1995/96 campaign. Auba warns Arsenal Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Chelsea forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had sent Arsenal a message ahead of the long-awaited clash between the two rivals. The 33-year-old forward clashed with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, prompting him to leave the Gunners in January.
The Gabonese forward joined Chelsea this summer and will look to dampen Arsenal’s title hopes.