2016 Schedule

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2016 Schedule
17-6-8, 7th in English Premier League
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7hChris Borg

Bayern enter the race for Alexis Sanchez

As Alexis Sanchez continues to stall over a new Arsenal deal, Bayern have entered the race for his signature. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.

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8hPA Sport

FA Cup won't excuse UCL failure - Cech

Petr Cech believes Arsenal have disproved accusations they lack leaders by beating Manchester City and reaching the FA Cup final.

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13hESPN staff

Trending: Messi stars as Barca beat Real

Lionel Messi scored his 500th Barcelona goal as his side won El Clasico 3-2 vs. Real Madrid, while Arsenal beat Man City to reach the FA Cup final.

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Premier League in 90 Seconds: Clasico edition! (2:17)
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19hJames McNicholas

Arsenal have to keep The Ox

Like Alexis Sanchez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is in a contract wrangle with Arsenal. Arsene Wenger simply has to keep "The Ox" at the Emirates.

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Guardiola slams 'long ball' Arsenal (0:58)
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20hMattias Karen

Winners and losers in new formation

Arsenal's move to three at the back has created some winners and losers. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is thriving but Theo Walcott doesn't have a place.

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20hMattias Karen

Wenger: Ox is 'a revelation' at wing-back

Arsene Wenger says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been "a revelation" in a wing-back position after his starring role against Manchester City.

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1dPA Sport

Ramsey: We want to win cup for Wenger

Aaron Ramsey hopes Arsenal can win the FA Cup for manager Arsene Wenger after coming from behind to reach the final at Manchester City's expense.

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Has Guardiola used up all his house money? (3:52)
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Wenger: Arsenal passed a mental test in the FA Cup (1:33)
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1dMattias Karen

'Animal' Alexis staying at Arsenal - Wenger

Arsene Wenger is confident that Alexis Sanchez, fresh off his FA Cup semifinal heroics, will be at the club next season.

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1dIain Macintosh

Wenger's Wembley win, Liverpool collapse

Iain Macintosh picks his tops and flops from another fascinating weekend in the Premier League as well as a pair of fascinating FA Cup semifinals.

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2dMattias Karen

Arsenal proved doubters wrong - Wenger

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger praised his players for proving the doubters wrong by coming from behind to beat Manchester City in the FA Cup semifinal.

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2dMark Ogden

Wenger gets the better of Guardiola

Arsenal's manager was vindicated as his decision to play three at the back paid off. For Man City's boss, however, defeat means a trophyless season.

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2dAndrew Mangan

Monreal superb as Arsenal reach final

Nacho Monreal, Rob Holding and Alexis Sanchez typified Arsenal's spirit as they reached the FA Cup final.

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How City let Arsenal back in the match (1:30)
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2dTony Evans

Sanchez shatters Guardiola's hopes

Pep Guardiola is likely to end his first season at a new club trophyless for the first time after Alexis Sanchez's FA Cup semifinal winner.

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2dPA Sport

Arsenal FA Cup final for the fans - Oxlade

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admitted Arsenal's players owed the fans after booking a spot in the FA Cup final with a 2-1 win over Manchester City.

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Arsenal 2-1 Man City: Gunners through to FA Cup final (2:08)
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2dPA Sport

Arsenal edge Man City to reach FA Cup final

Arsenal will face Chelsea in the FA Cup final after beating Manchester City 2-1 after extra-time in a closely fought semifinal at Wembley on Sunday.

2016-17 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Chelsea322435+3875
Tottenham Hotspur322183+4671
Liverpool341996+2866
Manchester City321976+2864
Manchester United3217123+2663
Everton3416108+2358
Arsenal311768+2357
West Bromwich Albion3312813-344
Southampton3111713-340
Watford3311715-1740
Stoke City3410915-1339
Crystal Palace3311517-738
AFC Bournemouth3410816-1438
West Ham United3410816-1538
Leicester City3210715-1237
Burnley3410618-1636
Hull City349619-3133
Swansea City349421-2931
Middlesbrough3341217-2024
Sunderland325621-3221

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference23Tied-6th
Goals Scored63Tied-4th
Assists424th
Goals Conceded40Tied-6th