Reiss Nelson has become the youngster TSG Hoffenheim player to score seven Bundesliga goals, after his effort against Hertha Berlin over the weekend.
It may not seem like it at times but Unai Emery has a first-choice Xi that many will find surprising.
Sokratis has picked up more yellow cards than any other centreback in the Premier League.
Mesut Ozil's stats from his last four games are showing a marked improvement when compared to his stats from earlier in the season.
This season, Arsenal have the highest shot conversion rate in the Premier League since records began back in 1996.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is top of the Premier League for expected goals this season, proving it's no accident that he's up with the top scorers in the division.
Arsenal's Joe Willock is WhoScored's second-highest rated teenager in the Europa League this season, and he's the fourth-highest rated player overall.
Arsenal have committed nine errors leading to an opposition goal this Premier League season, the joint-most of any team in Europe's top-five leagues.
With just a couple of months left of the 2018/19 season, let's have a look at Arsenal's top five players of the campaign according to the stats.
Title challengers who are improving year on year? That’s what the media tell us about Tottenham but the truth is they’ve stagnated, collecting the same number of points in 18/19 after 30 games as they did in 17/18.
Alexandre Lacazette only needs to score against three more teams to have a goal against every club in the Premier League since joining Arsenal.
Alexandre Lacazette has more winning goals than anyone else in the Premier League this season, surpassing Mohamed Salah with his ninth at the weekend.
Jeff Reine-Adelaide completes the eighth-most successful dribbles per minute in the top five European leagues, according to statistics released this week.
Arsenal are the most likely team to finish fourth this season, ahead of Manchester United and Chelsea, according to a prediction by GoalImpact.
On Monday, news broke that Aaron Ramsey had signed a pre-contract agreement to join Juventus this summer, meaning Arsenal now have to get going on finding a replacement.
Did you know there are 20 players who have only scored one Premier League goal for Arsenal?
Unai Emery might be coming in for a bit of criticism but his record at Arsenal in his first set of games is better than the media's darling, Mauricio Pochettino, Jurgen Klopp, Maurizio Sarri and Jose Mourinho.
Arsenal are the most efficient side in England in front of goal and one of the top 15 sides across Europe.
Arsenal aren't pressing teams high up the field as much as they did in the early part of the season, according to data from Football Whispers.
Arsenal have had more players booked for diving this season despite not actually being a side that dives that often.
Granit Xhaka may have shown marked improvement since the arrival of Unai Emery but the Swiss midfielder still makes more errors that lead to goals than any other player in the Premier League.
The top two most fouled players in the Premier League might not come as any surprise when you hear their names, but you might not be expecting Arsenal’s enforcer to be on the list.
Statistics for the first half of the season suggest Arsenal should perhaps have held onto a couple of players a little longer, and that Ever Banega would be a better signing than some think.
Tottenham’s win at Everton on Sunday took them to within one game of pinching an Arsenal record that will no doubt see the club release another DVD.
Matteo Guendouzi has been winning all the plaudits this season but Arsenal actually collect more points when he doesn’t start games.
Arsenal have made more individual errors leading to goals than any other team since the start of last season, according to statistics from WhoScored.
Analysis of shot statistics released this month puts Alexandre Lacazette as the second-best finisher in Europe, behind only Lionel Messi.
You might have heard that Arsenal have yet to lead at halftime during any Premier League game this season, but did you know they are just one game away from holding the record?
Granit Xhaka has played more passes into the final third this season than any other outfield player, proving his worth to Arsenal alongside midfield partner Lucas Torreira.
Arsenal apparently set a new record against Huddersfield on Saturday and it’s one they won’t want to keep.
Under Arsene Wenger Arsenal were said to be ‘too nice' so are they any nastier under Unai Emery?
Arsenal's players have run more miles than any other team's in the Premier League, proving Unai Emery right in his promise from earlier this year.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goalscoring form this season has boosted him to the summit of the top-scorers chart and the stats show he's more clinical than ever.
Lucas Torreira is fast becoming one of the most crucial parts of this Arsenal team, and the stats suggest Unai Emery needs to keep starting him if he wants to keep this unbeaten run going.
It is fun to believe that your club is on the wrong end of a conspiracy, be it from the referees, the media or other authorities but, for the most part, they just don’t exist.
The North London derby always brings with it rivalries all over the pitch, but the most closely contested battle this season is probably between the two teams' strikers.
All being well, Arsenal will face FC Vorskla Poltava on Thursday night in Kiev, so let's look at some stats and facts ahead of that game.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is scoring and assisting at around the same rate as during his time at Borussia Dortmund when he was on fire.
Saturday's Daily Telegraph Sport put together a ranking of the big six sides by their win percentage after an international break, so let's take a look at where Arsenal fit in.
Three months and three international breaks into the season, let's have a look at Arsenal's top performers for the campaign so far, according to WhoScored's analysis.