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Home comforts may prove to be beneficial for us with the Bees’ only victory from eight trips to N5 coming all the way back in 1938, but this time they head across the capital unbeaten in nine league matches – a run which stretches back to October – and top of the Premier League form table.

That is thanks in part to a much-improved defence aiming to keep four consecutive clean sheets as a top-flight side for the first time, and having beaten both Manchester clubs and Liverpool so far this term, Thomas Frank’s team should be underestimated at their peril.

Having impressed last term by finishing 13th in their first campaign back in the top flight for 74 years, the Bees are showing all the signs they’ll improve on that this time around.

They go into this weekend seventh in the table after an impressive first half of the campaign. Back in August they convincingly beat Manchester United 4-0 and, after a mixed bag of results over the following couple of months, they have really hit their stride in recent matches.

Frank’s side claimed a last-gasp 2-1 win at Manchester City before the World Cup break, and went two goals in front before drawing with Tottenham Hotspur following the resumption. They have won five of six since then, including a 3-1 win against Liverpool – and they netted another another three against Southampton last weekend.

Frank on taking his team to Emirates Stadium:

“I always believe that we can win, but – and it’s a big but – we’re facing Arsenal who are top of the league. They have been going from strength to strength and they are in a fantastic position. It’s well deserved that they are top of the league. They look in sync and they have all their key players fit and available. At home they play with an unbelievable intensity. To get anything out of this game we need to top perform. We’ll probably need the best performance we’ve ever put out in a Premier League game.”

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