The Gunners, like all other Premier League clubs, face a busy festive season schedule with five matches between 15 December New Year's Day 2020.
Before then, they face a tricky final group stage clash in Belgium to face Standard Liège.
🗓 Arsenal EPL Christmas crackers
- 15 December: Man City (H)
- 21 December: Everton (A)
- 26 December: Bournemouth (A)
- 29 December: Chelsea (H)
- 1 January: Man United (H)
Three home matches against three of last season's top six present a massive challenge but if Arsenal is to make a push for the top four places, they have to collect points against the likes of Chelsea and Man United. Trips to struggling Bournemouth and Everton also present an opportunity for the Gunners to collect points but with their current form, it's hard to see where the results will come from.
Monday night's come-from-behind 3-1 win at West Ham finally ended their long search for a win and elevated them back into the top half of the table.
They'll need all the boosts they can get ahead of a daunting Christmas schedule.
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