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Arsenal’s key matches in the 2024/25 Premier League season

Despite racking up an eye-catching 87% unbeaten ratio in the 2023/24 Premier League season, Arsenal failed to remove Manchester City from the throne.

Mikel Arteta’s side had to settle for a gut-wrenching second-place finish for the second season on the spin, falling two points short of Pep Guardiola’s record-breaking champions.

However, after two painful decades, the Gunners seem to have finally found their stride under Arteta, with promising signs pointing towards a potential breakthrough in the upcoming 2024/25 campaign.

The North London outfit will get their new season Premier League schedule underway at the Emirates Stadium against perennial underachievers Wolverhampton Wanderers on August 17.

While the new season kick-off can’t come soon enough for loyal club supporters, the 2024/25 ticket prices may pose a concern for some, with the Gunners slapping a 10.2% increase on the cheapest tickets.

As inflation continues to drive the prices up, season ticket holders in the Upper Tier will need to fork out an additional £113 on average to renew their membership.

The first high-profile match-up at the Emirates falls on October 26 as Liverpool parachute into the capital under new manager Arne Slot, who replaced long-serving boss Jurgen Klopp in June.

Last season’s runners-up should be well-prepared for the Reds’ visit, considering the volume of mouth-watering fixtures across the opening five rounds.

Arsenal head to Villa Park to take on 2023/24 surprise package Aston Villa on matchday two before hosting Brighton & Hove Albion to the Emirates the following weekend.

Brighton’s visit will serve as a warm-up fixture for the first edition of the 2024/25 North London derby as the Gunners take on Tottenham Hotspur away from home on September 14.

Seven days after locking horns with their fiercest rivals, Arsenal will travel to the Etihad Stadium to meet Man City.

The Londoners’ first Premier League outing in 2025 takes them to the Amex Stadium for an exciting game against Brighton, while an away clash against promoted Southampton drops the curtain on May 25.

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