Posted on April 15, 2017 by ADMIN

Rescheduled fixtures mean Arsenal face 4 games in 9 days

As if Arsenal didn’t already have a hard enough run-in as we try to catch up with the Top Four as well as aim for yet another FA Cup Final. We have already seen that this Arsenal squad seems to struggle when they play two often, but they will have to get used to it very quickly!

The fixtures against Southampton and Sunderland both had to be rescheduled, and the new dates mean the Gunners face both of those and Stoke City away, in the space of 9 days that begin with the home clash against Jose Mourinho’s Man United. Here is Arsenal’s full schedule from now until the end of the season, and it looks pretty daunting to me….

Middlesbrough v Arsenal
Monday, April 17
Kick-off: 8pm
Sky Sports

Manchester City v Arsenal (Emirates FA Cup semi-final)
Sunday, April 23
Kick-off: 3pm
BT Sport

Arsenal v Leicester City
Wednesday, April 26
Kick-off: 7.45pm

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal
Sunday, April 30
Kick-off: 4.30pm
Sky Sports

Arsenal v Manchester United
Sunday, May 7
Kick-off: 4pm
Sky Sports

Southampton v Arsenal
Wednesday, May 10
Kick-off: 7.45pm

Stoke City v Arsenal
Saturday, May 13
Kick-off: 5.30pm
Sky Sports

Arsenal v Sunderland
Tuesday, May 16
Kick-off: 7.45pm

Arsenal v Everton
Sunday, May 21
Kick-off: 3pm

Possible Emirates FA Cup final
Saturday, May 27

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9 thoughts on “Rescheduled fixtures mean Arsenal face 4 games in 9 days

  1. Juhi McLovin

    United home, Southampton and Stoke away inside 7 days. Thats maximum of 3 points out of 9 lol.

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  2. Red Dawn

    Our season could be over by the 24th of April.
    More reason for the team to not bother turning up…

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  3. atid

    The thought of losing to Chelsea or spurs in the final and in doing so guaranteeing Thursday night football, makes me want to lose to city. Perhaps then we might finish 7th as well meaning no European football, hence less money for stans club and hopefully the withdrawal of wengers contract or even wenger himself saying, I want to manage a club in the champions league.

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  4. ibrahim danlami aliyu

    I pray we lose all upcoming matches.
    Something terrible must happen for Wenger and his stubborn board to do the needful.
    I pray Sanchez, El neny, Walcott and few other guys sustain injuries soon to cause more trouble for those stubborn rats.

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  5. John Ibrahim

    The media wants wenger out

    The fans want wenger out

    The ex players want wenger out

    The players want wenger out

    The referees want wenger out

    Now the FA wants Wenger out

    Wenger should get the message and leave

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  6. Guneal

    Monday football night is a setup. You have to be very motivated and physical to win. Unfortunately Arsenal lacks both.
    When last did Arsenal win on a Monday?

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  7. Javier

    Mediocrity will continue to be the norm with Wenger in charge
    Wenger is violating the Natural Law of Football

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