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Why Arsenal Might Overtake Manchester United In The EPL Table At The End Of This Year

Arsenal started their Premier League campaign this season with poor performance after losing their first three EPL fixtures. Mikel Arteta's Arsenal improved in their poor performance after they won some of their matches recently.

Arsenal has not been able to make the top four positions since the reign of Mikel Arteta and might make the top four this season because of their impressive performance.

Manchester United on the other hand started their EPL campaign on a high note but crumbled to a poor form in their last four matches in the EPL. Manchester United is currently in the 6th position in the EPL table with 14 points while Arsenal is in the 12th position with 11 points.

Arsenal crumbled to a 2:2 draw against Crystal Palace yesterday after they also failed to win Brighton in their last EPL match before the international break. Despite their poor form this season, Mikel Arteta's Arsenal might still overtake Manchester United to make the top because of these reasons.

Manchester United tough fixtures this year:

Manchester United will be facing tough fixtures in the English Premier League this season and might not gather enough points to be ahead of Arsenal. United will face big teams like, Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham, and Chelsea in their upcoming games this year and might lose to these clubs, dropping crucial points to be on top of Arsenal.

Arsenal's current form is another reason why they might overtake Manchester United in the EPL table after this year. Arsenal's performance recently is on top-notch after they moved from the relegation zone to the 12th position in the EPL table. Arsenal is not playing in the UFEA Champions, therefore they will focus on making the top four position and also overtake Manchester United in the EPL table.

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