Premier League: Comparing Liverpool, Arsenal, Man City’s Remaining Fixtures in 2023/24 Season

Premier League: Comparing Liverpool, Arsenal, Man City’s Remaining Fixtures in 2023/24 Season

Joel Reyes
updated at February 22, 2024 at 9:56 AM
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  • Liverpool extended their lead to four points after beating Luton Town on Matchday 25
  • Manchester City and Arsenal are ranked second and third, respectively, in the league
  • The defending champions and the Gunners both have a game in hand

The Premier League title race is heating up.

Liverpool recorded an impressive come-from-behind win over Luton Town on Wednesday to extend their lead over Manchester City and Arsenal in the league table.

Sports Brief looks at the three teams' remaining fixtures in the English top flight this season.

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Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp, Man City's Pep Guardiola, and Arsenal's Mikel Arteta. Images: Andrew Powell/ James Gill/ Stuart MacFarlane.
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Remaining 2023/24 Premier League Fixtures

Matchday

Liverpool (63 pts)

Manchester City (62 pts)

Arsenal (6pts)

26

Finished already

Finished already

Finished already

27

Finished already

Finished already

Finished already

28

Man City (H, Mar 10)

Brentford (H, Mar 9)

Liverpool (A, Mar 10)

29

Everton (A, Mar 17)

Chelsea (H, Mar 16)

Brighton (A, Mar 17)

30

Brighton (H, Mar 31)

Man City (A, Mar 31)

Arsenal (H, Mar 31)

31

Sheffield United (H, Apr 3)

Luton (H, Apr 2)

Aston Villa (H, Apr 3)

32

Man Utd (A, Apr 6)

Brighton (A, Apr 6)

Crystal Palace (A, Apr 6)

33

Crystal Palace (H, Apr 13)

Aston Villa (H, Apr 13)

Luton (H, Apr 13)

34

Fulham (A, Apr 20)

Wolves (A, Apr 20)

Tottenham (A, Apr 20)

35

West Ham (A, Apr 27)

Tottenham (A, Apr 27)

Nottingham Forest (A, Apr 27)

36

Tottenham (H, May 4)

Bournemouth (H, May 4)

Wolves (H, May 4)

37

Aston Villa (A, May 11)

Man Utd (A, May 11)

Fulham (A, May 11)

38

Wolves (H, May 19)

Everton (H, May 19)

West Ham (H, May 19)

Liverpool solidified their hold of the top spot after beating Luton Town 4-1 on Wednesday.

They extended their lead to four points over Manchester City, who recorded a 1-0 win against Brentford on Tuesday.

The third-ranked Gunners are coming off a 5-0 win over Burnley.

City and Arsenal still have a game in hand, though, so they can close the gap on Liverpool.

Liverpool's key fixtures

Liverpool will host Man City on March 10. The Reds will also have a tricky Premier League match against bitter rivals, Manchester United, at Old Trafford on April 6.

Two of their last three games of the season will come against top-5 opponents, with Liverpool hosting Tottenham Hotspur on May 4 and the Reds facing Aston Villa on the road on May 11.

Arsenal's key fixtures

Arsenal will be tested this coming March, with the Gunners set to face Chelsea and Man City in back-to-back league games, per The Mirror.

They will finish the season with games against Man United at Old Trafford on May 11 and Everton at the Emirates Stadium on May 19.

Man City's key fixtures

Man City will have their work cut out for them next month as well, with the defending champions set to face Man United, Liverpool, Brighton and Hove Albion, and Arsenal in March.

They will also lock horns with Aston Villa in the opening week of April, making that five-game stretch their toughest this season.

Haaland leads league in missed big chances

Sports Brief recently reported on the Premier League leaders in missed big chances.

Erling Haaland shared first place with Darwin Nunez after his poor showing against Chelsea.

He failed to score in that contest, missing three big chances against the Blues.

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Joel Reyes is a sports editor at Sportsbrief.com with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of the Philippines. He has eight years of work experience in sports writing.
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