Arsenal fans may be feeling a bit better about their side’s performances over the past two seasons, with the Gunners finishing runners-up last term and enjoying a charge this season, but it’s clear there really hasn’t really been much improvement.
Arsene Wenger’s side have shown more familiar colours in the past month, losing to Everton and Manchester City, whilst they’ve also struggled to overcome the likes of Bournemouth and Preston North End.
Overall though, Arsenal’s struggles have historically came against the bigger sides in the Premier League and the situation has been exactly the same this season, with Arsenal possessing the worst record out of the top-seven.
Top 7 Head to Head
L'pool 15 pts from 7 games
Che 12 from 7
Spurs 9 from 7
Everton 9 from 7
Man U 7 from 7
City 7 from 7
Arsenal 5 from 6
— Orbinho (@Orbinho) January 16, 2017
Liverpool boast the best record from seven games and Arsenal sit bottom of the pile, although they have played one less match than all their rivals. Arsenal next come toe-to-toe with a top rival early next month against Chelsea and, given their record, you wouldn’t bet on them to emerge victorious.