Date: 26th February 2016 at 6:39pm
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Man Utd (A) – February 28

After Arsene Wenger admitted Barcelona were ‘95% through’ following his side’s 2-0 defeat at home this week, the trip to Old Trafford to face old foes Manchester United is a real test of mental strength for the Gunners, even without the presence of Sir Alex Ferguson in the home dugout.

14 February 2016 Premier League Football - Arsenal v Leicester City :Danny Welbeck is hugged by Arsenal colleague Theo Walcott after he had run to the crowd to celebrate after scoring the winning goal.Photo: Mark Leech

Danny Welbeck’s last-gasp winner against leaders Leicester City earlier this month could prove to be the Premier League title race’s biggest twist yet.

Tottenham (A) – March 5

With both North London sides separated by just nine goals, a win for either side would give a huge psychological boost going into the final furlong. Arsenal may have finished above Spurs every season since 1995, but that won’t of much comfort to the Gunners unless their hosts finish 2nd.

Man City (A) – May 7

After changing their style and playing more on the counter to beat City last season, Arsenal will most likely need to the same in their trip to the Etihad. In the penultimate game of the season at their title rivals, a big three points could prove vital.

 
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