Eight games in December across three different competitions with Premier League tickets and home ties in both the Europa League and Carabao Cup mean there really is something for everyone this Christmas.
Alexandre Lacazette has found his feet in London. The 27-year-old has settled into English football and fans with Arsenal tickets have been able to enjoy his performances on the pitch this season under Unai Emery.
Why is it that Arsenal struggle to keep hold of their star assets when the club need them most? We take a look at the same story that has blighted the Gunners in the transfer market, a demon which they seem unable to shake off.
The end of September presents three games in three competitions for Arsenal, all within one week. The ever increasing amount of pressure on Arsene Wenger to start meeting the expectations of the club has become apparent in recent results.
Football Ticket Pad takes a look at the top six sides in with a shout of glory and tries to seperate the genuine title contenders from the merely title challengers as we approach the halfway stage of another action packed Premier League season.
One of the Premier League classics! The Gunners have only won one of their last ten Premier League matches against United and have not won a league match at Old Trafford since 2006. Can they end their Old Trafford hoodoo?
There is no love lost between these two rivals and at lunchtime on Sunday 6th November The North London Derby returns. Arsenal and Spurs will lock horns for the 178th time in the Premier League at The Emirates Stadium.