Matthew and Paul get together to discuss Arsenal's emphatic win over Brentford and compare the view from the TV to the view from the stands.
A lot has been made of Ivan Toney's tweet after Brentford beat Arsenal last season but Gabriel has used it to get a laugh after Arsenal demolished them on Sunday.
Ahead of their game against Arsenal, Brentford's manager, Thomas Frank, has called the Gunners 'remarkable' as he talks up their title chances.
Arsenal return to action this weekend with a trip to Brentford for a 12pm kick-off on Sunday, so which officials have been charged with messing things up?
Arsenal received £145.699m from the Premier League for finishing fifth last season - the fifth highest amount handed out.
Mikel Arteta has been named manager of the Month for August after guiding his team to five straight wins at the start of the season.
Arsenal's game against Tottenham on 1 October looked like it would be the next match after the Queen's death was announced at half-time of the game against FC Zurich on Thursday but the game against Brentford will go ahead with a rearranged kick-off time.
Arsenal's match against Everton will not take place this weekend as all football in England is cancelled, from the Premier League down to the National League, while the women's season opener against Manchester City will also not take place.
Arsenal's afternoon might have unfolded differently if Greater Manchester's Lee Mason on VAR hadn't told Salford's Paul Tierney to have a look at Christian Eriksen falling over and even Martin Odegaard has no clue why it was called back.
As if Arsenal's afternoon was bad enough, losing 3-1 against Manchester United at Old Trafford despite being the better team for most of the game, they also look like they might have lost Emile Smith Rowe ahead of the Europa League starting this week.
On Wednesday, as most outlets focussed on Bukayo Saka saying he was confident he would agree a new deal with Arsenal, the Telegraph ran an interesting piece showing how the Arsenal youngster is treading a very dangerous burnout line.
Arsenal have received a massive boost with three players who were doubts for the game travelling to Manchester.
Over the course of three hours football at the Emirates in the last week, the Arsenal have showed an impressive resilience to go with an increased level of control in their game with five wins out of five, but can they make it six against Manchester United?.
Manchester United welcome Arsenal in the Premier League this weekend for what will be the Gunners' biggest test of the season, so how is their squad doing in terms of injuries and fitness?
Paul Tierney has been appointed referee for Arsenal's trip to Manchester United this weekend and it will come as something of a surprise to learn that he hails from just three miles away from Old Trafford, but that's the least of Arsenal's problems with him.
Matthew and Paul discuss the end of the transfer window, both from an Arsenal perspective and where it leads us, and more widely around the league.
Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard is concerned he could be sacked after losing to Arsenal at the Emirates on Wednesday night and things aren't likely to improve this weekend.
Oleksandr Zinchenko could be in contention to play against Aston Villa on Wednesday after his injury absence at the weekend.
Fulham's manager Marco Silva was more than a tad bitter after his side lost 2-1 at the Emirates, claiming that Arsenal had few 'clear chances' and that both goals were 'lucky'.
Arsenal's team news brought a disappointing update with Oleksandr Zinchenko out of the game with an injury while Thomas Partey also missed out.
As we head into Matchweek 4 with with Arsenal set to face Fulham having won their opening three matches of the season, some people are getting a little carried away, like whichever journalist at the pre-game press conference asked Mikel Arteta if Arsenal are title contenders this season.
Saturday’s game against Fulham will be Mikel Arteta’s 100th Premier League game as Arsenal manager and it’s quite interesting to look at the progress that has been made over that time, even if Arteta wasn't aware of his approaching milestone.
Matthew and Paul enjoy a recap of Arsenal beating Bournemouth, give some love to the new boys (and Martin Odegaard) and look at the continued evolution of Arsenal's defensive set up.
Arsenal claimed all three points at Bournemouth on Saturday with an impressive display that saw a brace from club captain Martin Odegaard and a sublime strike from William 'do do do do' Saliba.
William Saliba put in yet another brilliant performance this weekend, capping it all with a spectacular goal as he was serenaded by Arsenal fans with a chant the players are now joining in with.
Craig Pawson will take charge of Arsenal's game against Bournemouth on Saturday and he will be 'assisted' by Paul Tierney on VAR.
Matthew, Paul and Sylvain talk about the win against Leicester City and what it tells us about the tactics and balance of the side going forward, laugh at the basket case that is Manchester United and wonder what Chelsea vs Spurs tells us about VAR.
There isn't that much going on as we wait for Mikel Arteta's pre-Bournemouth press conference, but here's a roundup of what's making the headlines today.
Granit Xhaka is relishing life in a new position after grabbing a goal and an assist as Arsenal beat Leicester 4-2 at the Emirates but Mikel Arteta has said that Fabio Vieira will also play in that role.
Mikel Arteta has heaped even more praise on William Saliba as the youngster put in another great display against Leicester City, never letting his head drop after scoring an unfortunate own goal.
Matthew and Paul look back at the 2-0 win at Selhurst Park and the performances of the the new (and like a new signing) boys, before looking forward to the opening home game against Brendan Rodgers' side.
Mikel Arteta is the second fastest Arsenal manager to reach 50 league wins with the club after his side's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Friday evening.
Patrick Vieira believes that Mikel Arteta's side will be 'closer to the title' after watching them beat his Crystal Palace side at Selhurst Park on Friday.
William Saliba was named Man of the Match by Sky Sports after his impressive debut as Arsenal beat Crystal Palace in the season opener while keeping a cleansheet, but just how impressive was he?
Mikel Arteta met with the press on Thursday ahead of the start of the 22/23 campaign and delivered a positive update for three of Arsenal's four injured players.
Mike Dean was expected to leave refereeing when he retired at the end of the season but there has been a U-turn somewhere and he will now take up a new job in refereeing.
If you think that referees are quicker to book Arsenal players than any other side, I'm here to tell you that you aren't paranoid because it's (almost) true.
This week Matthew is joined by Anita, Helen & Paul to look back at the end of season day in the sun against Everton, talk about the atmosphere at the Emirates Stadium, and how we all feel now the dust has settled, and why.
For once, Tottenham resisted the urge to be Spursy on the last day of the season and Arsenal finish the campaign in fifth place after beating Everton at the Emirates on Sunday.
Takehiro Tomiyasu was not included in the Arsenal squad for the final game of the season, so what's the latest on the Arsenal defender?