Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta has said next Wednesday’s Premier League clash at Manchester City won’t be a title decider.
Arteta, speaking after a disappointing 3-3 draw with Southampton on Friday, said there are six fixtures left to try and win the title.
The Gunners saw their title hopes take a hit following a 3-3 draw with Southampton on Friday night.
The league leaders went two goals down to the Saints, thanks to goals from Carlos Alcaraz and Theo Walcott.
But Gabriel Martinelli pulled one back for Arteta’s men.
The result leaves the league leaders five points ahead of Manchester City, who they face at the Etihad next Wednesday.
Ahead of the game, Arteta has said: “It is not a final because there are still six games to go.
“The concern is turning around these moments, especially if the players in some moments are in doubt.
“In football, you go through moments when you make errors and are not in a good moment but you have to come away from that.”
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