The Gunners had remained unbeaten at the beginning of this campaign before their 2-0 loss to Chelsea in their last outing and will be hoping to bounce back by beating Hull City to keep up with the chasing pack.
Arsenal can boast a superb record against the Tigers, having won their last seven meetings in all competitions. This will be the 20th game between the two sides, with the north London side looking to record their 14th positive result in this fixture.
Their last meeting came as soon as May this year when the Gunners managed to come from two goals down to beat Steve Bruce’s men in the FA Cup final at Wembley – a triumph that ended the Gunners’ nine year trophy drought.
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