On Saturday, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal will visit Brighton in an attempt to maintain their lead in the title battle.

After missing out on the Premier League title the previous season, the Gunners are vying for their first trophy in twenty years and are locked in a heated three-way match with Manchester City and Liverpool.

Prior to the Reds’ victory over Sheffield United the next day, Arsenal defeated Luton 2-0 on Wednesday to reclaim the top spot in the standings.

Brighton, on the other hand, is now ranked ninth and is vying for a Europa Conference League slot. In spite of a dull goalless draw against Brentford in the middle of the week, Roberto De Zerbi’s team appears ready for a third straight top-half result.

Head-to-head (h2h) records and outcomes
Arsenal is aiming to defeat Brighton and win the Premier League for the second time ever. Three of the last five matches in all competitions have been won by the Seagulls, who have had better success in recent games.

Brighton wins: 8

Arsenal wins: 16

Draws: 5

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