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Big Match Stats Pack: Chelsea vs Arsenal

13:52 EAT 12/05/2021
Cesar Azpilicueta Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Chelsea Arsenal 2019-20
Goal looks at how the Blues and the Gunners have fared before ahead of the Wednesday London Derby at Stamford Bridge

  • Marcos Alonso Callum Hudson-Odoi Chelsea 2020-21

    Chelsea clean sheet

    Chelsea have kept a clean sheet in seven of their eight Premier League home games under Thomas Tuchel, with the exception being a 5-2 defeat to West Bromwich Albion in April.

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Arsenal Newcastle 2020-21

    Unbeaten Arsenal

    Arsenal are unbeaten in their last five away league games (W3 D2), winning the last two by an aggregate score of 5-0. The Gunners haven’t won three in a row on the road without conceding since May 2013.

  • Mikel Arteta Arsenal

    Arteta on verge of Arsenal record

    On the day of this game, Mikel Arteta will be 39 years and 47 days old – should Arsenal win, he will be the youngest manager to complete a top-flight double over Chelsea since Trevor Francis in the 1991-92 season with Sheffield Wednesday, aged 37.

  • Timo Werner Chelsea Real Madrid 2020-21

    Chelsea - kings of London

    Chelsea have won more points in Premier League London derby games this season than any other side (22 points from W7 D1 L1). Victory against Arsenal would equal the record for most points won in such games in a single Premier League campaign, with Arsenal in 2013-14, and Chelsea in 2005-06 and 2014-15 winning 25 points.

  • Thomas Tuchel Edouard Mendy Chelsea 2020-21

    Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge dominance

    Chelsea are unbeaten in their last eight home Premier League matches against Arsenal (W6 D2) since losing 5-3 at Stamford Bridge back in October 2011 under Andre Villas-Boas.

     

  • Nicolas Pepe Thomas Partey Alexandre Lacazette Arsenal 2020-21

    Arsenal hunting for straight victories

    Arsenal have won their last two meetings with Chelsea in all competitions, last beating the Blues in three consecutive games between March 2003 and February 2004; four in a row.