Arsenal have chance to Close Gap with Chelsea in Table points

Arsenal have the opportunity to close the gap on the table leaders Chelsea when they take on Aston Villa at home on Sunday. Villa are so poor in the league this season that they are not expected to get much from the trip to the Emirates stadium.

This will be the start of two consecutive tough matches for Paul Lambert’s team, as they take on table leaders Chelsea in the next league match in front of their own supporters. Momentum plays a crucial role in the league and Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta reckons that the gunners have much more of it right now.

After having tasted only one defeat in the last five matches, Arsenal have put themselves closer to the top four than ever this season. The victory over Manchester City in the previous league match gives them a great deal of belief according to Arteta. Continue reading “Arsenal have chance to Close Gap with Chelsea in Table points”

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