By Jonathan Spencer For Mailonline
Published: 12:28 GMT, 3 February 2020 | Updated: 12:28 GMT, 3 February 2020
It is fair to say that Arsenal have endured a nightmare season on all fronts in the Premier League.
Ever since their first league defeat of the season to champions-elect Liverpool at Anfield on August 24, the Gunners have faltered week after week and arguably their top four hopes never even got going.
Arsenal have astonishingly managed just six wins in the Premier League this season, claiming just a measly 31 points from 25 matches.
Arsenal have endured a nightmare season, winning just six times in the Premier League
August 11: Newcastle 0-1 Arsenal
August 17: Arsenal 2-1 Burnley
September 22: Arsenal 3-2 Aston Villa
October 6: Arsenal 1-0 Bournemouth
December 9: West Ham 1-3 Arsenal
January 1, 2020: Arsenal 2-0 Manchester United
Only Watford and Norwich - both 19th and 20th respectively in the Premier League - have won fewer games than the Gunners, who are only seven points off the relegation zone despite their array of talent up top.
It is Arsenal's lowest tally of wins for 107 years since the 1912-13 season, in which was their last campaign in their original home of Woolwich, Kent at the time, before moving to north London and Highbury.
And in that campaign, 'Woolwich Arsenal' ended up getting relegated for the only time in the club's history as they picked up just 18 points to finish bottom of the English first division.
They claimed just three wins all season (two points for victory at the time), while drawing 12 and losing a massive 23 to pick up just 18 points - 10 away from safety.
The last time the Gunners had fewer points after 25 league matches was during the 1975-76 campaign.
They also won just six times in their opening 25 league games,