Arsene Wenger’s men are now gearing up for an interesting yet highly important trip to Brighton on Sunday in the Premier League.
The Gunners kicked off the month of February by thrashing Everton 5-1 at home in a convincing performance at the Emirates stadium.
However, ever since that victory, Arsenal have struggled in all competitions, with a 3-0 win away at Ostersund being their rare positive result for the rest of February.
Back-to-back 3-0 defeats to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final and the Premier League have worsened the already toxic atmosphere around the Emirates stadium.
And ahead of Sunday’s trip to Brighton, the Gunners are very much aware that anything other than securing the three points could prompt even more protests from some fans.
It still remains unclear whether Arsene Wenger will choose to make a few changes to his starting eleven or not, but there is doubt that the Frenchman will be under pressure to make the right tactical decisions this time.