The Premier League is back once again this weekend as we draw ever closer to the latter stages of the season.
There are plenty of important matches taking place, with Arsenal having the opportunity to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League when they face Southampton on Friday evening. Tottenham Hotspur, meanwhile, face a tricky away trip to Newcastle United this Sunday.
On top of all the Premier League action, there are also two FA Cup semi-finals across this weekend, with Manchester City playing Sheffield United on Saturday and Manchester United facing Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday.
The Gunners still have a four-point advantage at the top of the English Premier League over Manchester City, but have played a game more, with a potentially decisive title showdown against City away at the Etihad to come next Wednesday.
The stakes are equally high for the rock-bottom Saints, with Rubén Sellés’ side four points adrift of safety at the foot of the Premier League table and only seven games left to preserve their top-flight status.
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The visitors, seeking a first win in seven league games in their desperate battle to extend their 10-year stay in the top flight, appeared to be heading for a vital victory.
But Arsenal captain Martin Odegaard curled a shot past Gavin Bazunu in the 88th minute to throw Arsenal a lifeline before Bukayo Saka scored from close range two minutes later.
With the home fans willing Arsenal to score a winner, just as they did a month ago when coming back from two goals down against Bournemouth, they laid siege to the Southampton goal.
In eight minutes of added time Leandro Trossard was denied by the crossbar and then fellow substitute Reiss Nelson saw a deflected shot go agonisingly wide of the post.
With Southampton camped inside their own penalty area, Gabriel Jesus then went down in the box appealing for a penalty but there was to be no final twist to the unremitting drama.
Both sets of players collapsed to the turf at the final whistle after a draw that did little to help either side in their very different objectives.
Arsenal did increase their lead over reigning champions Manchester City to five points ahead of the potentially decisive clash between the top two at The Etihad next Wednesday, although City have two games in hand.
Southampton, who belied their position with some courageous football, remain bottom with 24 points, three below the safety zone having played a game more than the sides above them.
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