Fixture Chaos: Arsenal Brace For 10 Matches In One Month

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The cause of this predicament stems from significant alterations made to Arsenal’s schedule by the Premier League.

These changes have been confirmed, leaving Arsenal with the daunting task of navigating through a densely packed fixture list.

Mikel Arteta‘s team entered the international break with confidence soaring, having climbed to the summit of the table after securing eight consecutive wins.

This impressive streak reached its climax with a thrilling late victory over Brentford a fortnight ago.

However, looming on the horizon is a challenging Champions League doubleheader against Bayern Munich,

a formidable opponent, following their dramatic shootout triumph over Porto.

The return of key players such as Jurrien Timber, Thomas Partey, Fabio Vieira, and Takehiro Tomiyasu provides a significant boost to Arteta.



Yet, it also underscores the need for careful squad rotation in the upcoming weeks, as Arteta aims to maintain momentum while navigating a demanding schedule.

Arsenal are back in action next Sunday against Manchester City at the Etihad which kicks-off a daunting run of games.

Arteta’s men will host Luton three days after their trip to the Etihad before heading to the south coast for a game at Brighton on the Saturday evening.

Bayern come to town on April 9 with the return leg eight days later, in between which Arsenal face Aston Villa at the Emirates.

March 31: Man City (A) – 4.30pm

April 3: Luton (H) – 7.30pm

April 6: Brighton (A) – 5.30pm

April 9: Bayern Munich (H) – 8pm

April 14: Aston Villa – 4.30pm (H)

April 17: Bayern Munich (A) – 8pm

April 20: Wolves (A) – 7.30pm

April 23: Chelsea (H) – 8pm

April 28: Tottenham (A) – 2pm*