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Chelsea and Arsenal once again today face each other

Chelsea and Arsenal will once again lock horns this Sunday at Stamford Bridge in a high-stakes Premier League match. In current years, Chelsea has confronted Arsenal as massive favourites and have ended up living up to the tag. But this time around, one receives the feeling it is Arsenal's sport to lose.

Mikel Arteta has overseen a meteoritic upward push to the top of the table. As he makes the brief day trip across London, he will be hoping that he can pick up most factors to maintain pressure on defending champions Manchester City.

Chelsea were presumed to be finding their feet under Graham Potter until remaining week's humiliation at Brighton. The Blues will be searching to leap returned immediately after they have been displaced from the top four positions.

Remembering the epic N'Golo Kante fall Apart from the Pierre-Emerick Aubamenyang euphoria, this clash also represents an chance for followers to take into account when Gabriel Martinelli floored N'Golo Kante in the equal fixture in 2020. Kante, one of the best protecting midfielders ever seen, used to be left at the back of as Chelsea's players went up front for a nook kick. The corner taken by means of Willian was rapidly cleared, with Martinelli latching on to it.

Ordinarily, one would anticipate Kante to cease the Brazilian, but the Frenchman had a tumble leaving the teenager clean via on goal. He easily beat Kepa Arrizabalaga to equalise for Arsenal.

Brief has also mentioned that the notorious London derby involving Chelsea and Arsenal is upon us once again, with the two aspects set for a mammoth conflict on Sunday.

On paper, it is the visitors' Arsenal who are overwhelming favourites to clinch all three points as they are seeking for to establish a wider lead at the top of the table. This is against what fans have been used to in recent years as it has constantly been Arsenal searching to dent Chelsea’s title hopes in the past.

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