Arsenal have had somewhat of a rollercoaster season so far.
The Gunners found themselves bottom of the Premier League table after three fixtures, conceding a combined nine goals against Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester United as they lost every game.
However, the north London outfit quickly turned things around, winning seven of the next 10 outings, losing just once in the process, as they sit fifth in the current standings going into the midweek round of fixtures – only behind fourth-placed West Ham United on goal-difference.
At the heart of their revival has been their strong home form, with the Gunners boasting the joint-best record in the English top-flight when it comes to playing on their own patch.
Mikel Arteta ‘s side have accumulated 16 points from a possible 21 at home, a tally that can only be matched by reigning champions Manchester City.
Arteta himself has previously stressed how important it is to make the Emirates Stadium into a fortress that away teams don’t enjoy playing at.
Speaking in November of last year, he said: “We have to make the Emirates a fortress. It’s a completely different feeling playing at home with our without fans, it’s not the same but it’s what we have at the moment and we need a win on Sunday for sure.”
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The Spaniard’s team have conceded a mere six goals at home this term, with the summer signings of Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Nuno Tavares all helping to shore up the Gunners’ leaky defence.
In fact, the aforementioned quarter have helped keep a whopping six clean sheets in Arsenal’s last 10 league outings – a hugely impressive record considering they remain one of the youngest teams in the Premier League.