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See Arsenal’s Next Five Games And Position On The Premier League Table After Thumping Norwich 5-0 On Sunday

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See Arsenal's Next Five Games And Position On The Premier League Table After Thumping Norwich 5-0 On Sunday

Arsenal continued their impressive run in this season’s Premier League with a resounding victory away at Norwich City on Sunday.

The North London team claimed all three points after thumping Norwich City by five goals to nil at Carrow Road.

The Gunners under coach Mikel Arteta seem to have found their rhythm winning their last five matches including a 5-1 win against Sunderland in their quarter-final match-up in the Carabao Cup.

Arsenal dominated their premier league encounter against Norwich on Sunday with goals from Bukayo Saka, Kieran Tierney, Alex Lacazette (penalty), and Emile Smith Rowe’s injury-time strike ensuring the win.

Sunday’s victory moves Arsenal to fourth position on the table and within 3 points of third-placed Chelsea as the race for the Premier League trophy hots up.

See the position Arsenal occupies on the league table after Sunday’s game.

Arsenal’s current position on the premier league table

Meanwhile, below are the next five premier league fixtures for Arsenal.

Arsenal vs Wolves – 28th December (Home)

Arsenal vs Manchester City (Home)

Tottenham vs Arsenal (Away)

Arsenal vs Burnley (Home)

Wolves vs Arsenal (Away)

In between the premier league fixtures, Naija News reports Arsenal will also play the first and second leg ties of the Carabao Cup against Liverpool as well as travel to Nottingham Forest for an FA Cup 3rd round fixture.

Meanwhile, Arsenal’s League fixture against Wolves on Tuesday, December 28 has been postponed due to a number of the Wolves squad testing positive for COVID-19.

This was confirmed by Arsenal on Sunday evening in a statement across the club’s social media pages. A new date for the fixture will be communicated as things develop.

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