Arsenal had big problems in their table standings. Under Arteta, the team is struggling and now is in a 107-year low.


Arsenal needs a victory

On Sunday, The Gunners held a 0-0 draw with Burnley on Turf Moor – the result of which they reached a new low in terms of points recorded at this stage of the top-run season. Arsenal is needed a victory to close the gap from their rivals in the race for the qualification of the Champions League. After both Chelsea and Manchester United scored valuable points on Saturday. However, they opposed the Burnley side. which decided to rebound from the unexpected defeat at home to Norwich last week, and were ultimately lucky to escape with a point.


Pierre-Emerick Abubameyang squandered the best chances of the guests in the first half. Catching the ball wide when he played purely on the goal of David Luiz. True, it was the home side that had the best opportunities in the second period, and Jay Rodriguez pierced them in the most egregious way when he struck the bar from five yards. The competition ultimately ended the scoring composition, and now Arsenal has only six wins in its name from 25 games of the Premier League this season – a draw of 13 and a loss of six.

Arsenal – ten points behind the fourth-placed Chelsea

This is their lowest record after 25 games of the season since 1912/13, when they managed only one victory, leaving Arteta with one win of his first seven in the Premier League since Unai Emery has replaced in the managerial hot spot at the Emirate Stadium. A total of 13 Arsenal rallies are also collaborative, and they have ever been put together in a single 38-game top-flight drive. They are the first team to link more than 12 of their opening 25 fixtures since Manchester United back in 1980/81. Arsenal team is now ten points behind the Chelsea, which stands on 4th place on the table, with a home fixture against Newcastle next up on February 16.


Now, players need to take much-needed rest. As the Premier League closes the store for a winter break, but at the end of the week. They will go to Dubai for a warm-weather training camp. After the game against Magpies, the knockout stages in the Europa League will take center stage. In the 32nd round, Arsenal should face Olympiacos; the first stage should be held at the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium on February 20. Arteta’s team will receive Everton in the Emirates three days before welcoming the Greek opposition at the same venue for the second stage of their last European draw.