On Sunday, we head to Craven Cottage looking to win at the famous old ground for the fifth game in succession, and there have been memorable away days from our trips to the Whites' corner of west London.
We’ve delved into the archives to find some of our most memorable meetings with the Cottagers on their own patch, which has seen us score Goal of the Season contenders, record emphatic wins and progress to the brink of history,
Relive all these amazing moments below:
September 15, 2001
Fulham 1-3 Arsenal
Our first encounter with Fulham for 33 years came in just their fifth Premier League outing, but we needed two late goals to claim all three points and move top of the fledgling table.
Things looked to be going to plan when Freddie Ljungberg put us 1-0 ahead, but just after the break Steed Malbranque levelled to give the hosts hope. However, Thierry Henry came back to haunt his former Monaco boss Jean Tigana by putting us back in front, before Dennis Bergkamp wrapped up the points in stoppage-time.
May 9, 2004
Fulham 0-1 Arsenal
With just two games left to navigate as we aimed to complete our unbeaten season, we headed to the Cottagers’ temporary home of Loftus Road hoping to make history the following week against Leicester City.
In a nervy encounter, a rare mishap from the usually reliable Edwin van der Sar ensured that would be the case. Just nine minutes in, he tried to dribble past Jose Antonio Reyes but the Spaniard dispossessed him, poking into the empty net to make it 37 down, one to go.
March 4, 2006
Fulham 0-4 Arsenal
Thierry Henry was at his imperious best once again during this contest, as he bagged a brace to help us on our way to a comfortable win.
The Frenchman fired home the opener on 31 minutes, and just four more had elapsed when Emmanuel Adebayor added a second to put us in firm control. Despite plenty of pressure, it took until 13 minutes from time for Henry to add a trademark third, before Cesc Fabregas got in on the act late on.
October 7, 2018
Fulham 1-5 Arsenal
While we netted five times on a sunny afternoon on the banks of the Thames, one stands out more than any other. The half-time scoreline was 1-1 after Andre Schurrle cancelled out Alexandre Lacazette’s opener, but the Frenchman put us back in front with a fizzing effort from range just after the restart.
Then came the game’s standout moment - an intricate nine-pass move including numerous tricks ended with Aaron Ramsey’s neat flick into the net, 39 seconds after coming off the bench. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang added two more to put gloss on the scoreline, but Ramsey’s goal was the one that everyone remembers.
September 12, 2020
Fulham 0-3 Arsenal
Our last visit to the Cottage came on the opening day of the 2020/21 season, and it was a memorable one for Gabriel who managed to find the net on his Gunners debut.
All three goals were also assisted by a new face in Willian, who nudged the ball into Lacazette’s path to open the scoring after just eight minutes before swinging over a corner to compatriot Gabriel to head home just after half-time. Aubameyang sealed the win with an excellent finish on 57 minutes to start the season off in style.