Arsenal will be hoping to build on their win over city rivals Chelsea tomorrow, as they make the trip to Brighton.

The Gunners haven’t won in their last 5 Premier League meetings against Brighton, but, will be hoping to change their fortunes as they look to bounce back from their 7-game winless spell prior to Boxing Day.

Brighton, on the other hand, are in a rut of their own, without a win in their last 6 league fixtures and are still in search of their first home win of the season.

Speaking after the win against Chelsea, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta admitted he felt responsible for his clubs “draining, frustrating and painful” form.

Tomorrow’s fixtures come as the first of a run of games that his side will have identified as winnable or potentially must-win as they face West Brom, Crystal Palace and Newcastle in the following weeks.

The game is an 18:00 pm kick-off at the Amex on Tuesday 29th December.

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