The gunners are having one of the worst seasons ever as they have been kicked out of the FA Cup, lost the Carabao Cup final, playing in Europa League and as well as being on the verge of missing out on the Premier League top four.
The matches have been paused for two weeks now because we are in the international break with most of the players going back to their national sides to perform international duty so Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will have plenty of time to make plans for the up coming matches because they will be too crucial for the club.
So we are making an overview on the up coming four Arsenal matches.
(1)Arsenal Vs Stoke City ( 01/04/2018 )
The gunners will be welcoming Stoke at the Emirates and Wenger will be hoping for a win because they want to at least keep that very slim chance of top four a live if not, keep their chances of finishing 5th on the log table live. Stoke has always been a headache for the Arsenal Team in the past so it will be a tough match for both sides.
(2) Arsenal Vs CSKA Moscow ( 05/04/2018)
This will be the first leg of the Europa League quarter final between Arsenal and the Russian team but most gooners aren’t worried about this fixture because they don’t expect CSKA Moscow to prove that they can be a big threat to the North London club. A big victory at home would be useful.
(3) Arsenal Vs Southampton ( 08/04/2018)
So as you can see, it will be three consecutive matches at home for the Arsenal team. The Arsenal fans will be optimistic ahead of this fixture because the Saints are only hard for the gunners when playing at the St Mary’s stadium.
(4) CSKA Moscow Vs Arsenal ( 12/04/2018)
This is going to be a return leg of the Arsenal Europa League quarter final match against CSKA Moscow, we won’t say much about this match because the first leg at the Emirates stadium will determine the overview of the match.
So that’s it, the four upcoming Arsenal matches and their overviews but due to TV scheduling , some of the dates for these matches might change but we will update you. As you can see above, the gunners will play four matches in just 12 days.
Wenger will need to find a way to avoid fatigue because it isn’t easy to play four matches in 12 days so the manager will certainly be resting some players.