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Analysis of Arsenal's remaining games in October.

After the international break, a couple of interesting matches have been lined up for Mikel Arteta's side.

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In this article, we'll be analyzing these upcoming matches and look at how many points the Gunners could gather from these games. Check it out below:

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace

The first game after the international break for Arsenal is the match against Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium.

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This match seems to be an easy one for the Gunners as Crystal Palace has only managed to win one game so far this season and currently sits in 14th place.

As such, tips the Gunners to gather maximum points in this game.

Arsenal vs Aston Villa

Just like Arsenal, Aston Villa has had to experience a slow start to the season. However, they seem to have bounced back as they are now level on points with the Gunners.

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It's surely going to be an exciting game between these two sides come October 22nd. is predicting a draw in this game.

Arsenal vs Leeds United

On the 26th of October, Arsenal will take a break from Premier League action as they'll be going up against 'tricky side' Leeds United.

Though Leeds United is not in a good form in the league, they can prove to be a hard nut to crack when it comes to Cup games.

As such, Mikel Arteta's men will have to be wary of the threat posed by the Peacocks if they want to advance.

Leicester City vs Arsenal

Another big game awaits the Gunners on the 30th of October as they'll get to face Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City.

It's always a tough game for any side playing at the Kings' Power Stadium. As such, an exciting match awaits us on this day.

Here's an illustration of the predictions below:

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How many points do you think Arsenal will gather from these games?... Drop your comments below.

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