Yet, that is the situation Unai Emery and his Arsenal side find themselves in – 20 matches unbeaten, 15 of those games being wins. It’s the longest run of it’s kind since a 28-game unbeaten streak in 2007.On Saturday - at a rare 3PM kick-off this campaign - the Gunners will welcome David Wagner’s Huddersfield Town to the Emirates. The Terriers are making the trip on the back of two losses in-a-row after winning the previous 3 and really getting their season started. They sit in 17th on 10 points, and will be desperate to extend gap between them and the drop positions.With the Europa League and just the ways fixtures have fell, it is a real rarity for the Gunners to play a fixture on a Saturday at 3PM, but it is a time they’ve had incredible success at – of the past 17 Saturday 3PM Premier League kick-offs, Arsenal have won 16.This is a game to expect goals for two big reasons – Arsenal have a habit of scoring – 14 successive league matches in-a-row currently, but… they also have a penchant for conceding, having done so in the last 8 games straight. Huddersfield will be hopeful of keeping this trend going, having found the scoresheet in all but one of their last 8 matches.Arsenal are unbeaten in their 10 previous games against Huddersfield – winning 8 and drawing 2. Last season, this fixture ended in a 5-0 win to the home team, and the reverse fixture was a notable one as it was Arsene Wenger’s 1235th and final game as manager of Arsenal. In team news, Mesut Ozil is set to miss another match with the back issue that has kept him out of the team since before the Bournemouth match. Granit Xhaka will be eligible to make a return to playing action after missing the United fixture with a suspension due to picking up 5 yellow cards over the course of the campaign thus far.Rob Holding is out for the foreseeable future due to the anterior crucial event ligament injury he picked up during a Wednesday night’s match. It’s a real shame for both the player - who stood out as a fine defensive performer this campaign - and the team as a whole.In a thankful coincidence of timing, this may Laurent Koscielny’s first involvement in the squad since he ruptured his Achilles tendon in May. If that transpires to be the case, it will likely only be a cameo appearance in an effort to build up his league match fitness, but nonetheless, it’s a great time to be getting the French defender back.Emery has been masterfully utilizing his attacking options, with Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang providing excellent maneuverability in terms of play. Lacazette has been making his presence known from the bench - perhaps not what the French striker would like as his first preference, but he has been undeniably effective when he’s been on the field.