I have a good feeling about this Arsenal fans and if things go according to plan then this weekend could turn out to be a big weekend for Arsenal and our hopes of winning the Premier League title once more. It will be 12 years next May since the likes of Theirry Henry, Patrick Vieira and all went a whole season unbeaten but this is arguably the strongest squad we have had since the invincibles.
After a shaky start that very few expected though, it is really important for the Gunners to get back to what we do best, creating chances and scoring goals. It is vital that we do not lose any more ground on our Premier League rivals, especially Man City, but it would be even better if we could catch them up a bit and open up a gap on the others while we are at it.
Looking at the fixtures, that is a real possibility as well. Liverpool travel to Old Trafford to face Man United and one or both will be dropping points, preferably both. Before we play host to Stoke City, Chelsea travel to Everton and while Jose Mourinho and his team are struggling, the Toffees look strong.
Man City also have an away game, against Crystal Palace, and Alan Pardew has moulded them into a team that could upset anyone, especially at Selhurst Park. So there is little doubt that Arsenal have the best fixture of all the big clubs. The question now is, can we make the most of it?