Analysing Arsenal’s 2015-16 December Fixtures

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Arsenal are one of the most unpredictable teams in Europe. And this season it hasn’t been any different either. After going through four wins out of four in the Premier League in October, they have gone through just one win in November in all competitions.

Luckily for them, both the Manchester clubs have also dropped points, as a result Arsenal find themselves in fourth, still four points off the top four.

Arsenal 2015-16 November Results 

Bayern Munich 5-1 Arsenal

Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham

West Brom 2-1 Arsenal

Arsenal 3-0 Dinamo Zagreb

Norwich 1-1 Arsenal 

The real test begins now.

A certain Champions League knock-out-qualification still hanging by a fine thread, and Premier League title challenge will be massively tested when they face Manchester City and Southampton this month.

Arsenal 2015-16 December Fixtures

Premier League: Arsenal vs Sunderland / 05 December 2015

Champions League: Olympiakos vs Arsenal / 09 December 2015 

Premier League: Aston Villa vs Arsenal / 13 December 2015

Premier League: Arsenal vs Man City / 21 December 2015 

Premier League: Southampton vs Arsenal / 26 December 2015 

Premier League: Arsenal vs Bournemouth / 28 December 2015 

Arsenal are well capable of beating any side on their day; the problem lies elsewhere. The squad has been reduced to bare bones with injuries to several key players.

It has become a situation where Wenger may struggle to pick his best starting XI for the next few games. Already he was without the likes of perennial absentees like Jack Wilshere, Thomas Rosicky and Theo Walcott, what has gone against them is the fresh injury blows to Francis Coquelin, Alexis Sanchez and Santi Cazorla. That’s your steel and creativity being robbed through unforeseen circumstances. How will Arsenal cope against this pressure?

In theory, Sunderland should be an easy three pointer for Arsenal, but they are up against a team set up by Sam Allardyce, who has troubled Arsenal in the past. Also, the Black Cats are showing signs of improvement, as they won their back to back games to move out of the relegation zone.

Away to Villa Park is another fixture Arsenal should win easily. But, the fixture comes right after the trip to Olympiakos, where Arsenal could be knocked out of the Champions League. 

This is followed by the crunch Premier League clash with Manchester City, where the Gunners need to win to stay alive in the title race.

At least Arsenal should pick up 12-13 points from 15, but with injuries troubling them, they might drop more points during the busy month of December.

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