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Monday, 27 April 2015

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REFEREE'S COLUMN: Oscar should have been given a penalty after David Ospina's challenge, while there was enough contact from Santi Cazorla on Cesc Fabregas inside Arsenal's area

Sunday, 26 April 2015

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The Belgium winger has inspired the Blues to what will surely be their fifth English top-flight title and beats off competition from David De Gea and Harry Kane, among others
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The Chilean has been instrumental following his arrival from Barcelona last summer but is fully set on winning trophies during his time in England
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Arsenal could only draw at home to the champions-elect on Sunday, with the French boss ruing his side's inability to take the "handbrake" off as the Blues moved closer to the title
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The crowd at the Emirates Stadium chanted "boring, boring Chelsea" late in the two sides' 0-0 stalemate on Sunday but the Portuguese takes a swipe at his opposite number
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The Brazilian was still suffering the after-effects of the clash at half-time and Chelsea could face fresh criticism having allowed Thibaut Courtois to play on previously
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The Blues skipper was clearly delighted with Sunday's goalless draw at the Emirates Stadium and he says that stopping the Gunners from winning the match was the main aim
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Referee Michael Oliver was in the spotlight on Sunday after a series of controversial incidents at the Emirates Stadium - but did he get the decisions right or wrong?
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The Blues are now six points away from Premier League glory after a match full of controversial refereeing calls, with the Portuguese's record against Arsene Wenger intact
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Both teams were denied penalty appeals as the Blues shut out Arsene Wenger's men to move a point closer to the Premier League title on Cesc Fabregas's return to north London
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The Premier League leaders are without top scorer Diego Costa and Loic Remy for the trip to the Emirates while Didier Drogba is only on the bench
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Jose Mourinho's Premier League leaders unsurprisingly feature heavily while there is also room for Harry Kane, Alexis Sanchez and David De Gea
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Goal checks out the longest winning streaks in the history of the Premier League as Arsenal, who have won their last eight, prepare to face league leaders Chelsea
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The Gunners have enjoyed a superb run of form and have won eight games in a row, making this weekend's clash with the Blues a true acid test for Arsene Wenger's men
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The two sides are set to go head-to-head at the Emirates in a heavyweight clash this weekend and Goal has picked the best in-form XI from the two sides
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Following three months out injured the Germany World Cup winner has rediscovered his best form ahead of the Chelsea playmaker's first return to the Emirates Stadium
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The former Gunners captain joined Chelsea last summer but the Frenchman insists he was not tempted to make a bid with the World Cup winner and Chilean at the club
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Alexis Sanchez, Diego Costa, Eden Hazard, Philippe Coutinho, David De Gea and Harry Kane are all in the running - but who has been this season's best of the best?

Saturday, 25 April 2015

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Jose Mourinho has not lost to Arsene Wenger in 12 encounters while Arsenal have won their last nine games - get incredible odds on either team to triumph on Sunday