Watford v Arsenal (October 17)
Arsenal defeated Manchester United 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium before the international break, and they will be keen on picking up where they left off.
Watford are doing well at the moment and will be confident at home, but the Gunners have a better team and better players.
An early goal for the Hornets at Vicarage Road could put Arsenal in a fix, but the North London outfit should have enough quality to collect all three points from this encounter.
Watford 1-3 Arsenal
Arsenal v Everton (October 24)
Arsenal will head into this game as favourites, but Everton have lofty ambitions of their own this campaign and will be determined to win at the Emirates Stadium.
Roberto Martinez’s side are doing well at the moment, and there is a chance that they could end up in the top four of the Premier League this campaign.
A draw is not impossible, but Arsene Wenger’s side should just be able eke out a win.
Arsenal 2-1 Everton
Swansea City v Arsenal (October 31)
Swansea City have not played as well as they should have this season, and results have been disappointing.
However, the Swans are strong at the Liberty Stadium, and they do have players who can penetrate the Arsenal defence.
The Gunners may have to settle for a draw in Wales.
Swansea City 2-2 Arsenal
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (November 8)
The North London derby is one of the biggest games in English football calendar, and the form book does really go out of the window.
Tottenham will have a point to prove having suffered a defeat to Arsenal at White Hart Lane in the third round of the League Cup last month.
A single goal could decide the outcome of this Premier League encounter, but the chances are that it will end in a draw.
Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur