Arsenal vs Chelsea live stream, preview, prediction

Posted September 24, 2016

Former Arsenal midfielder Freddie Ljungberg has said that Arsenal can challenge for the title with the money now at Arsene Wenger's disposal.

"I talk about football - that's all I do", said Wenger, 66, on Friday.

"He declared: 'Yes was good, now let's see s*** Arsenal.' We were both convinced City would win but Arsenal won 2-0".

Wenger has marked the 20th anniversary of his arrival at Arsenal this week ahead of Saturday's clash with Chelsea, but the Gunners boss has found himself under increasingly heavy fire from fans unhappy with his failure to win the Premier League since 2004.

"We didn't want to get rid of Gnabry, we wanted to keep him", Wenger told BT Sport in a Facebook Live session. I think that the upcoming match, as well as the previous five meetings at the Emirates, complete with heads totals less than 2. "I don't know. That depends on my health, on my age, on my capacity to think I can do a good job".

'It's fantastic if someone is able to stay for 20 years in the same club.

While Conte was happy to provide a case for Wenger's defence, the Italian hopes to give him another headache at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

Wenger also revealed that Aaron Ramsey has had a setback on his return from injury and is now nearly certainly out of Arsenal's next three games as well as Wales's two World Cup qualifiers. I'm sure they will fight until the end to win the title.

The North London club have recently welcomed back defender Gabriel Paulista who started in the 4-0 thrashing of Nottingham Forest in the EFL Cup on Tuesday night.

"Now, it looks like it's a new era where it's a bit more balanced again and we feel we are progressing at the moment so we have a good opportunity to grab and to change what I call "the inconvenient facts" of the recent years".

For people who are just concerned about when the two (Mourinho and Wenger) will face each other, the date is 19 November and the venue is Old Trafford.

"In the book, which is being serialised by the Daily Mail, Mourinho is claimed to have told Beasley: "[One of the Arsenal players] sent me an SMS to say players did themselves, organised themselves during the week.

"This problem was already there last season".

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