More Arsenal news:The Gunners are in the midst of a tricky stretch of games that will see them host Aston Villa and Manchester City before travelling to Stoke on Saturday.
The Premier League’s leaders face their former employers on the back of a 2-0 home defeat by City on Saturday and a 3-2 home defeat to Everton in the Capital One Cup.
The Potters have won just three of their last 11 matches in the league, with Arsenal’s unbeaten run at the Emirates ending at just five games.
In the Premier League, Arsenal sit fourth, three points off the relegation zone, after a 1-0 win over Manchester United at the weekend.
The Gunns will be hoping to take a similar step with a win at Stoke, who sit second in the table, and then the game against Everton, who have lost four of their past five games, at the Britannia Stadium.
The Potts are a goal up on Arsenal after a 2,0-0 draw in midweek.
Arsenal are the only side in the top four in the Premier at the moment, with Everton sitting in fourth place.
The Blues face the most difficult game of the season on Saturday with Everton looking for their first win since October.
Arsenal’s first meeting with Manchester United in the FA Cup was a 1,1 draw in May, with the Red Devils winning 2-1 at Wembley.
The Red Devils have won six of their nine Premier League matches at Old Trafford this season, with just three draws in the opening 11 games.
Arsenal have not won away from home in five of their seven league games, with their only win at Oldham Athletic in the first half of last season.
Arsenal will look to continue their form against Stoke and Everton on Saturday, with both sides hoping to make a statement after losing four of five.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been adamant that his side are capable of beating Everton in their final Premier League fixture, having secured a top-four finish with a 3,0 win at Chelsea in August.
They also face Manchester City and Manchester United on the road, with United on Saturday having beaten Manchester City 3-1 in their opening Champions League game.
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