Earlier this week, Eddie Nketiah was sent off for the Gunners just moments after coming on in the 1-1 draw against Leicester. After initially being shown a yellow, VAR intervened and correctly overturned the decision, with him going flying into the shin of James Justin with his studs raised.
That was, incredibly, the fourth dismissal for Arsenal since Mikael Arteta took over, in just 16 matches.
Prior to that, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was sent off against Crystal Palace, with David Luiz being shown red twice against Chelsea and then again against Manchester City.
Arsenal also have the worst record for yellow cards, having been shown 73 in 34 matches - 2.14 on average per game.
Second to them are Watford, who have received 68 yellows and three reds.
The team with the best disciplinary record in the English top-flight is Liverpool, who have been shown 31 yellows and just one red after Alisson was dismissed against Brighton back in November.
FAIR PLAY TABLE
Disciplinary points match stats
*Caution = 4 points
*Denial of a goal scoring opportunity or dismissal for 2 cautions = 10 points
*Violent conduct, serious foul play, spitting or offensive and abusive language = 12 points
Not only are Arsenal last in the Fair Play rankings, but by some distance too as they have accumulated 44 points more than the second 'dirtiest' team, Watford.
Although it doesn't necessarily paint the whole picture, the table does appear to show that teams who are having what they would call successful seasons are near the top of the rankings. Liverpool in first have just won the Premier League for the first time in their history, while Leicester are in with a good chance of qualifying for the Champions League,