Stats Pack: Arsenal still on winning ways – now three wins in a row

Arsenal’s difficulties appear to have come to an end. When the team played Tottenham at home on Sunday, they secured yet another victory. The final result was 3-1 (3-0), meaning that Arsenal now have three victories in a row in the Premier League, after having a tough time recently.

Arsenal took an early lead when Emile Smith-Rowe scored after 12 minutes, with an assist by Bukayo Saka, making it 0-1.

Arsenal increased their lead to 2-0, when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang netted, with an assist by Emile Smith-Rowe, in the 27th minute.

Arsenal also increased their lead to 3-0, as Bukayo Saka scored, in the 34th minute.

Heung Min Son reduced the score for Tottenham with an assist by Sergio Reguilon, in the 79th minute. However, Tottenham were unable to make more of an impression. The 3-1 goal was the last goal of the game.

Arsenal have 3 wins and and 2 losses with a 5–8 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Tottenham have 2 wins and and 3 losses and a 3–9 goal difference.

Looking at the table, we find Arsenal in 10th place, while Tottenham are 11th in the league with the powerplay website tipping Arsenal for a top-six finish now.

The last outing between the teams ended in a 1-2 home win for Arsenal in March 2021.

Arsenal have scored 5 goals. They have scored four goals at home. They’ve conceded 10 goals in total.

Tottenham have scored 4 goals in this campaign. Away from home they have scored 4 goals. They’ve conceded 9 goals in total.

Arsenal have opened the score in 1 of their 5 of the games, and have a winning ratio of 100 percent when scoring the first goal. Tottenham have scored 66 percent of their goals in the first 45 minutes, with a +2 (2–0) goal difference.

After this game in the Premier League, Arsenal will take on Brighton (away) on 01 October 2021, Crystal Palace (home) on 17 October 2021 and Aston Villa (home) on 21 October 2021. Tottenham play Aston Villa (home) on 02 October 2021, Newcastle (away) on 16 October 2021 and West Ham (away) on 23 October 2021.