Arsenal is currently leading the league with just eight games remaining in the season. Mikel Arteta saw this as an opportunity to give some of his fringe players a chance to shine in a comfortable win over Luton. Rhys Nelson, Emil Smith Rowe and Thomas Partey were among the starters in this match, and Arteta made five changes to the starting line-up compared to the previous game against Manchester City.

Despite their win, Arsenal’s time at the top could be short-lived if Liverpool manages to secure victory over Sheffield United. However, unlike last season, Arsenal seems to be maintaining momentum at a crucial time in the season. Although it wasn’t their best performance, the Gunners managed to get the job done against Luton who put up a strong fight despite injuries.

With the focus on upcoming matches against Brighton and Bayern Munich in the Champions League, Arsenal fans can look forward to exciting times ahead. The team’s performance in these upcoming matches will be crucial in determining their final league standings.

Mikel Arteta took advantage of Arsenal’s commanding lead over Luton by giving some of his fringe players a chance to shine in a comfortable win. Rhys Nelson, Emil Smith Rowe and Thomas Partey were among those who got a chance to start, and Arteta made five changes to the starting line-up compared to the previous game against Manchester City.

Despite their impressive victory over Luton, Arsenal’s position atop the table could be short-lived if Liverpool manages to secure victory over Sheffield United. However, unlike last season when they struggled with consistency towards the end of the season, Arsenal appears poised for success at this critical juncture.

Although their performance against Luton was not their best, they managed to pull off another win despite injuries that hindered their opponents from performing optimally.

With two crucial matches coming up against Brighton and Bayern Munich in the Champions League finals ahead of them, fans can expect an exciting ride from now until May 23rd when they take on Man City for their final Premier League match of 2019/2020 season.

Their next test will come on Sunday when they travel down south to face Brighton at Amex Stadium before heading into midweek Champions League action where they will face Bayern Munich away from home.

Arsenal has been playing well lately after struggling early on in this campaign but have lost sight of winning every match since then due to injuries and poor form until recently when Mikel Arteta took over as manager which changed everything

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