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Arsenal’s first four Premier League games’ dates and time revealed ahead of restart

The Premier League will restart in a few days from now and a list of Arsenal’s list of their first four matches with dates and time has been released.

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The Premier League has been paused for two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic but it will however restart in a few days from now and Arsenal will now be the first to play as they will be visiting Etihad Stadium to face Manchester City. Their first four fixtures and their date & times have been released ahead of the restart of the Premier League.

1. MANCHESTER CITY VS ARSENAL

DATE: 17TH/JUNE/2020

TIME: 8:15PM GMT

The gunners will come into this match with a lot of confidence even though they have always been poor away from home against the big six but this time they will be facing one without its home support hence many believing that this will be the perfect opportunity for them to finally beat a big six club away from home since 2015 which ironically was at Manchester City’s stadium.

2. BRIGHTON HOVE ALBION VS ARSENAL

DATE: 20TH/JUNE/2020

TIME: 3:00PM GMT

This will yet again be an away game and so Arsenal’s result in the first game will definitely determine the mood around the North Londoners when they face Brighton but their fans will want nothing but the three points.

3. SOUTHAMPTON VS ARSENAL

DATE: 25TH/JUNE/2020

TIME: 6:00PM

Arsenal fans will be hoping to see Mikel Arteta guide the gunners to a win over the Saints at the St Mary’s Stadium since they have always crumbled in that place for whatever reason.

4. ARSENAL VS NORWICH

DATE: 1ST/JULY/2020

TIME: 6:00PM

This will be Arsenal’s first match at the Emirates Stadium and the players will probably be pumped to once again play a competitive game at their home and they will be hopeful of doing better there even though they won’t have the home support.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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