What can we expect from an improved Arsenal in March?

Arsenal is in good form right now which makes March a month to look forward to.

Arsenal has four games scheduled in March, three in the Premier League and one FA Cup clash. There will most probably be two Europa League games as well providing they finish off the job against Olympiacos on Thursday evening.

2nd March FA Cup – Portsmouth v Arsenal

Arsenal should win this one, if they were to lose it would be a genuine shock. I have little worries with this game.

7th March Premier League – Arsenal v West Ham United

West Ham showed against Liverpool that they have it within them to be dangerous but this really is a game that Arsenal collects all three points. Anything less would be a huge disappointment.

14th March Premier League – Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal

Brighton has proven to be a bit of a bogey team recently but this is a very different Arsenal and I fully expect a win and another three points in the bag.

22nd March Premier League – Southampton v Arsenal

A very tricky game and one that could easily be a banana skin, however, I am confident that Mikel Arteta will conjure up some more magic and that Arsenal will leave St Mary’s with all three points.

So, nine points from a possible nine points in the Premier League and qualification to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, in better words a 100% win record.

Now, before anyone accuses me of being biased or going over the top, I suggest you read my previous articles when predicting upcoming games. I have never predicted Arsenal winning all their games and was, at a time, very pessimistic.

Let me know your thoughts on the four games above.


  1. I am fully with you on this one. We will collect all available points in the Premiership in March.

    We seem to have started a roll now. It promises to continue and even get better because some more of our players in the treatment room will begin to come back fully.

    Arsenal will march forward in March.

  2. If we look at each game on paper, sure we should win them.

    But even a top team in a good season drops unexpected points, so we should factor this in. Liverpool during this season is the only ever exception.

  3. Players staying fit and uninjured and returning players competing for positions should make all the difference.

    1. That’s why I’m not a betting person. I know it was a different regime but I looked at Arsenal’s run in and those of our rivals and predicted top 4 place with some margin last season.

      I see the Southampton game at the most difficult but there is every reason to hope we can keep winning

  4. First and foremost get the job done in the EUL against the Greek opponent on Thursday and than prepare for the Man City game. Even a draw against City would be fair enough, could we beat them? Arteta might be knowing a few tricks and might be having a few cards close to his chest.

  5. That our team will be playing behind closed doors cause the coronavirus spread. And may even put our squad out of commission.

  6. I totally agree and am as confident as you are but it doesn’t mean they will be easy games, slowly but surely we”re getting there!the Portsmouth game would be a good game to see some changes if fit I’d love to see our 2 January signings play!COYG.

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