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As Arsenal continuing to pick up wins in an impressive fashion, it is perhaps understandable that there is a growing confidence around north London that the Premier League title could be returning to the club.

Indeed, it has been a very long time since the Gunners were able to lift the title, having last been champions during the Invincible season of 2003-04, and the way the current campaign has played out, many are of the opinion that it is their time again.

Of course, there are some that are still making their Premier League predictions regarding the title race, but with a five-point lead and a game more to play than rivals Manchester City, those who have been using a Premier League API have found it impossible to look beyond Arsenal.

Mikel Arteta’s side appear to have been showing they have the credentials to challenge for the title, too. While the quality of Arsenal player performance in the World Cup was arguably a little lacking at times, it seems each of them have returned to the Emirates Stadium with one mission in mind: to win the title.

The last three games were perhaps the biggest test of the Gunners’ candidacy to win the Premier League title to date. They managed to obtain a 0-0 draw against Newcastle United in a game where many would suggest the Londoners had underperformed.

However, they managed to bounce back from that game against The Magpies with an impressive demolition of their next-door neighbours, Tottenham Hotspur. The club were able to dismantle Antonio Conte’s side and leave the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with a 2-0 victory – and while bragging rights will have been nice, the three points will have been even sweeter!

Arteta’s side managed to capitalize on that result by defeating Manchester United in a back-and-forth game, with Eddie Nketiah coming up with the goods just before the final whistle to give them a 3-2 victory in front of a jubilant crowd. Many will have been delighted as the Red Devils are the only team to have handed them defeat this season thus far in the league, having experienced a 3-1 drubbing at Old Trafford back in September.

Nonetheless, the type of Arsenal player performance in the World Cup that was experienced can not happen again, as the club will still have to play Manchester City twice this season. With that in mind, those using a Premier League API may find it hard to see the Londoners coming out of it as well as fans will hope.

However, get past the Citizens with positive results, perhaps 19 years of hurt will come to an end!