Arsenal's next six Premier League games compared to Manchester City and Liverpool

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The Premier League campaign is coming to the crunch period of the season with Arsenal, Man City and Liverpool competing for the title.

Arsenal moved to the top of the Premier League, continuing their quest for their first title in 20 years with a decisive away win against Brighton at the Amex.

Mikel Arteta's team are now one point clear of Liverpool, who are yet to play Manchester United, and Manchester City, following City's 4-2 victory over Crystal Palace.

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The returning Bukayo Saka confidently converted a penalty to give Arsenal the lead after Tariq Lamptey fouled Gabriel Jesus.

Goalkeeper David Raya's crucial save from Julio Enciso's shot kept Arsenal ahead at halftime, before the in-form Kai Havertz extended Arsenal's lead, scoring from Jorginho's assist.

Leandro Trossard capped off a comprehensive win for the Gunners by scoring a late winner, with a chip over the Brighton goalkeeper.

Here’s how Arsenal’s remaining Premier League fixtures compare to their domestic rivals:

Arsenal’s next six Premier League fixtures

Aston Villa (H) - April 14

Wolves (A) - April 20

Chelsea (H) - April 23

Tottenham Hotspur (A) - April 28

Bournemouth (H) - May 4

Manchester United (A) - May 11

Man City's next six Premier League fixtures

Luton Town (H) - April 13

Brighton (A) - April 25

Nottingham Forest (A) - April 28

Wolves (H) - May 4

Fulham (A) - May 11

West Ham (H) - May 19

* Tottenham Hotspur (away) still to be rearranged

Liverpool's next six Premier League fixtures

Manchester United (A) - April 7

Crystal Palace (H) - April 14

Fulham (A) - April 21

Everton (A) - April 24

West Ham (A) - April 27

Tottenham Hotspur (H) - May 4

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