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Arsenal have best defensive record in Premier League as Mikel Arteta shows strategic nous


The Gunners have started to work on their guarded record under Mikel Arteta’s stewardship after an unstable beginning to the season.

The Gunners appear to at long last be finding their sweet spot after an intense beginning to the mission.

Arteta’s boys persevered through an arid beginning to the season, losing all of their initial three PL fixture – tumbling to consecutive 2-0 losses to the Bees and the Blues before Man City incurred a 5-0 misfortune upon them following Xhaka’s red card.

In any case, the have since revitalized, recording limited 1-0 successes over Norwich and Burnley prior to overcoming rivals Tottenham 3-1 as three first-half goals were sufficient to see off the Gunners.

Draws against Brighton and Hove Albion and Palace followed in front of last week’s predominant 3-1 win against Smith’s Villa – an outcome that has left the Gunners in tenth spot going into this current end of the week’s round of installations.

Regardless of their position in the current association standings, the Gunners are only three focuses behind fourth-put the Hammers and Arsenal late cautious record has been the joint-best all through the entire of the English first class.

Mikel Arteta’s side have enrolled a sublime 10 clean sheets in the last 20 games across all contests, a count that main Klopp’s Liverpool have coordinated over that period.

Somewhere else, Man United position lower part of the table, closing out their rivals only once in a similar time-frame, surrendering multiple times all the while – practically twofold that of the Gunners.

The Gunners have set up a solid back five as of late, with previous Sheffield’s Ramsdale carrying a quiet presence to the backline while Ben White and Magalhaes have started to partake in a useful organization in the focal point of the defense.

Takehiro Tomiyasu has likewise settled rapidly since joining for £16million from Italian outfit Bologna on the just concluded summer transfer deadline day.

Mikel Arteta will trust his side can create another cautious masterclass on Saturday evening as they face Leicester at the King Power Stadium – a ground that they recorded a 3-1 triumph at towards the back finish of last season.

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