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Arsenal Fixtures 2022-23

AberGooner

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I like us being first up again, makes it feel like a bigger game. We should be looking to make a statement early. I'd be aiming for full points out of the first month, undefeated at the very least.
 

Sapient Hawk

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Tets isn't going to survive April especially if we're in a top 6 scrap because, let's be honest, there's absolutely no way we're getting into the Champions League through our end of season league position.
 

NieThePiet

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We need these tought moments to get rid of Arteta. Otherwise he will save his Arsenal career with a 1:0 vs Bournemouth after a Gabriel header once again.

Arsenal at home vs Liverpool, City and Tottenham should be at least 4 points.
 

Tir Na Nog

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That should really be 15 points if we're any way serious about top 4. Palace only difficult fixture and even that's a stretch, we won't have the same injury excuses as last year and COVID shouldn't be a factor like last year's opening fixture
 

Sapient Hawk

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That should really be 15 points if we're any way serious about top 4. Palace only difficult fixture and even that's a stretch, we won't have the same injury excuses as last year and COVID shouldn't be a factor like last year's opening fixture

Unless it miraculously disappears before August, it'll always remain a factor.
 

SA Gunner

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Once you factor in the EL games, it makes for an interesting season.

But all in all, not too bad. We get a lot of the serious games out the way before crunch time, although City, Chelsea, Newcastle at the end of the season may be decisive yet again.

October-November will be brutal though.
 

Sapient Hawk

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Once you factor in the EL games, it makes for an interesting season.

But all in all, not too bad. We get a lot of the serious games out the way before crunch time, although City, Chelsea, Newcastle at the end of the season may be decisive yet again.

October-November will be brutal though.

Not to worry, they'll be written off as part of an extended pre-season that included a world cup before the season proper begins on Boxing Day.
 

lamby22

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Country: Scotland
October :lol:. Hopeful that Chelsea game at the beginning of November is his last.

 

El Duderino

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First five games should all be winnable.

As usual, with the WC and fixture congestion, post December is when we'll suffer the most.
 

Sapient Hawk

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Thank God the entirety of April is a free hit as we can focus on our European campaign :lol:
 

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