Arsenal 0-0 Newcastle United
Mikel Arteta's Gunners went eight points clear at the top of the Premier League but will their failure to break down Eddie Howe's resolute Magpies be costly come the final outcome in May?
An extremely defensive minded Newcastle ended Arsenal's 100 per cent home record with an obdurate display that offered little in the way of attacking intent.
Read our Player Ratings to find out who impressed on a frustrating evening in North London
Arsenal Player Ratings:
Aaron Ramsdale: 7/0 - Solid
Ben White: 7/10 - Put in a shift against a muscular opposition presence
Gabriel: 7/10 - Nearly scored with a first half header but the ball flew narrowly wide
Wiliam Saliba: 7/10 - Solid again to help the backline earn a clean sheet after the end-to-end shenanigans at Brighton
Thomas Partey: 6.5/10
Granit Xhaka: 7/10 - Booked but broadly managed to keep his composure on a frustrating evening in North London
Martin Odegaard: 7/10 - Not as influential as he would have liked but still at the heart of most Gunners attacks
Bukayo Saka: 7/10 - Lively without being as threatening as his talent and form demanded
Eddie Nketiah: 6.5/10 - Worked so hard on and off the ball asa witnessed by the muddy shorts, but strikers earn their stripes on difficult evenings such as this - and Eddie couldn't turn his efforts into a much-desired winner
Gabi Martinelli: 7/10 - Full of energy and running - as he always is in every single match
Takehiro Tomiyashu: 7/10 - Replaced White on 76 minutes