Arsenal: Can they climb once more?

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Arsenal have dropped down the table to 4th place, after losing against Chelsea on Saturday. Despite Arsenal’s late consolation, they lost to their rivals 3-1. Until now, Arsenal have won 14 out of 24 matches and only lost 5 matches, and the 5 remaining game ending in a draw.

 

Chelsea welcomed Arsenal last Saturday. The hosts were hoping to stretch their lead at the top of the table with a win Stamford Bridge. Chelsea started stronger, looking in complete control within 15 minutes. As we saw, it was a difficult match for Arsenal with Chelsea closing them down all over the pitch.

 

In the 13th minute Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso scored the opening goal. Arsenal looked to hit back quickly with Theo Walcott going close. A remarkable goal by Eden Hazard put Chelsea 2-0 up before an error by Petr Cech gifted Cesc Fabregas a goal against his former club in the 86th minute. Fabregas refused to celebrate the goal that put Chelsea three ahead, before Giroud netted an injury time consolation. The result must be the final nail in Arsenal’s title winning coffin as they now trail Chelsea by 12 points with 14 games remaining.

 

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With Arsenal only a small margin behind Manchester City and Spurs, the Gunners can get back on form with a win against Hull City F.C. in Saturday’s early kick off. In September, Hull City hosted Arsenal at the KCOM Stadium. The Gunners ran riot and won the match with a score of 4-1. This Saturday, Arsenal will be welcoming Hull City F.C. at the Emirates Stadium. If they can play like they did in September they should overcome a rejuvenated Hull City who will still be fresh from the glory of beating Liverpool last time out.