Stat that shows why Arsenal WILL win the Premier League

เวลาปล่อย:2022-11-23 คลิก:

ARSENAL are enjoying their best Premier League season in living memory.

And as far as the stats are concerned, theGunnersare on course for a first Premier League titlesince the Invincibles in 2004.

The stats show Arsenal are set to win their first title in nearly 20 years

Only Newcastle have failed to win the title with a similar points total after 12 games

Stars like Gabriel Jesus, Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard have played their hearts out under Mikel Arteta this term.

Arsenal have won 10 of their 12 games so far, losing just once and scoring 30 times.

And a super computer has already predicted theGunners will win the titlewith a club-record points tally.

Indeed, Arsenals current points total of 31 is among the best in Premier League history at this stage of the season.

Man City boast two of the best three starts after 12 matches played, picking up 34 points in the 11/12 and 17/18 seasons.

Liverpool also reached that impressive figure in the 19/20 campaign.

Elsewhere, City (18/19) and Chelsea (14/15) managed 32 points in the past.

And all those sides went on to win the title that season.

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As for four other teams who had 31 points after 12 games, three of them ended the term with silverware.

Chelsea (05/06) and Man Utd (93/94, 06/07) were crowned champs with the same tally as Arsenal right now.

But there was one side who hit 31 points and failed to clinch the title.

That unenviable award goes to Newcastle, whoinfamously finished second under Kevin Keeganin the 95/96 campaign.

They led the league from August until mid-March, and were 12 points clear of Man Utd in late January.

But Newcastle steadily saw their lead cut before Keegans iconic rant, provoked by Sir Alex Fergusons mind games, sealed their fate.

He said just weeks before United beat Toon to the title by four points: You can tell him [Fergie] now, were still fighting for this title and hes got to go to Middlesbrough (for the last game of the season) and get something.

And Ill tell you, honestly, I will love it if we beat them. Love it.

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It is certainly a moment Arteta will reflect on as the season continues, with defending champs Man City just two points behind.

And one of Arsenals biggest tests of the season will be at Chelsea on Sunday.

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