Arsenal had, until recently, an excellent away record but in their last 21 trips to sides in the traditional top six, they’ve not been doing so well.

This season, across all competitions, Arsenal have lost only five games in 34 games – not too shabby at all. Three of those defeats, however, have come in the last 10 games which could point to a worrying slide. In our last six away games we have a record of P6 W3 D1 L2 with the two defeats coming against Everton and Manchester City.

In today’s Daily Mail, they have the following graphic about Arsenal’s trips to top six sides. You might ask why they’ve chosen a seemingly random number of games – 21 – that will no doubt be as far back as they can go before their point stops being valid.

via Daily Mail
via Daily Mail

Random number of games or not, it’s concerning, no?

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