The Gunners are in a rich vein of league form at the Emirates.
Though their away form is still reasonably strong, five of their six losses have come on the road, with two of those coming in their last five away games.
But the Gunners have notched EIGHT straight wins on the trot at the Emirates in the league, a run that shows no signs of stopping after the 3-0 win over West Ham on Saturday.
The club have taken maximum points at home in every game since the 2-1 loss to Manchester United in November, their only defeat at the Emirates this season.
Arsene Wenger's side have also drawn three times since the campaign kicked off, against Manchester City, Spurs and Hull, with all those stalemates coming early on in the season. No other side have anything near that form at their own ground - Liverpool, another Premier League form team for example, have drawn three times in that period.
With Arsenal now just one point behind Manchester City in second place, and also due to host leaders Chelsea at the end of April, the Londoners could even put together an unexpected late surge for the Premier League summit, especially given as the Blues have seen their own home form stutter of late, with draws in three out of their last four Premier League games.
As unlikely as it seems, unless Jose Mourinho gets his side firing again, the Premier League could be about to get interesting again.