Jorginho believes free-scoring Arsenal are approaching the Premier League title race with more maturity than last season, when they faltered in sight of the finishing line.

Mikel Arteta’s men were top of the table for most of the 2022/23 campaign but Manchester City overtook them in the run-in to secure their third straight title.

Arsenal have hit a purple patch since the turn of the year, winning all seven league games by an aggregate scoreline of 31-3 as they seek to become English champions for the first time since 2004. The third-placed Gunners hammered bottom club Sheffield United 6-0 on Monday to move just one point behind City and two behind leaders Liverpool, with 11 games to go.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool host City on Sunday, a day after Arsenal face struggling Brentford.

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