The PL ‘big six’ head to head table since Mikel Arteta joined Arsenal

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Mikel Arteta and Pep Guardiola

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is approaching his second anniversary as Arsenal manager and has often been at his tactical best when facing their biggest Premier League rivals.

Ignore Arsenal’s annual surrender at Anfield or having their tummies tickled by Manchester City and Arteta’s Arsenal have been known to hold their own against their closest competitors.

We’ve taken a look at which big six teams have the best head-to-head records against each other in the Premier League since Arteta’s appointment at Arsenal in December 2019.

1. Liverpool – 37 points

Played: 19
Won: 11
Drawn: 4
Lost: 4

Goals for: 40
Goals against: 23
Goal difference: +17

2. Manchester City – 33 points

Played: 20
Won: 10
Drawn: 3
Lost: 7

Goals for: 32
Goals against: 18
Goal difference: +14

3. Chelsea – 29 points

Played: 20
Won: 8
Drawn: 5
Lost: 7

Goals for: 23
Goals against: 24
Goal difference: -1

4. Arsenal – 23 points

Played: 20
Won: 7
Drawn: 2
Lost: 11

Goals for: 19
Goals against: 34
Goal difference: -15

5. Manchester United – 21 points

Played: 18
Won: 5
Drawn: 6
Lost: 7

Goals for: 16
Goals against: 24
Goal difference: -8

6. Tottenham – 20 points

Played: 19
Won: 6
Drawn: 2
Lost: 11

Goals for: 22
Goals against: 29
Goal difference: -7


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