2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
2-1-2, 12th in English Premier League
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6hESPN staff

Arsenal's Welbeck out at least three weeks

Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck will miss at least the next three weeks with a groin injury, manager Arsene Wenger confirmed on Tuesday.

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10hSam McGuire, Football Whispers

Transfer Rater: Lucas Moura to Arsenal

Lucas Moura to Arsenal and Mirko Antonucci to Man United are two of today's transfer rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.

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12hJohn Brewin

Wilshere, Shaw among ones to watch

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jack Wilshere, Luke Shaw, Phil Foden and Pape Souare are our players to watch in the Carabao Cup this week.

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13hJames McNicholas

Ox exit opens door for Bellerin

Now restored as Arsene Wenger's first-choice on the right, the main beneficiary of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's departure appears to be Hector Bellerin.

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Burley: Arsenal can do without Ozil, not Sanchez (2:18)
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1dGabriele Marcotti

Progress for Arsenal; Neymar vs. Cavani

Arsenal's 0-0 draw at Chelsea showed a blueprint that just might work for Arsene Wenger. PLUS: Barca get it done and Neymar-Cavani drama looms at PSG.

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Tactical Analysis: How Arsenal held off Chelsea (2:00)
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Tactical Analysis: How Arsenal held off Chelsea (2:00)
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1dMattias Karen

Mustafi: Arsenal can build on Chelsea draw

Arsenal earned their first point at Stamford Bridge since 2011 with a draw that came as a big step forward following their 4-0 loss at Liverpool.

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1dAndrew Mangan

Arsenal find blueprint without Sanchez, Ozil

If Arsene Wenger and Arsenal are looking for a blueprint when it comes to facing the top teams away from home, this was unquestionably it.

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2dMattias Karen

Wenger: Lacazette not ready for 90 mins

Lacazette, who joined from Lyon in the summer, appeared unhappy when he was taken off 65 minutes into Sunday's 0-0 draw at Chelsea.

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2dIain Macintosh

Man City romp, Arsenal will rue misses

Man City look like a juggernaut, while Arsenal might rue being so wasteful at Chelsea, and Liverpool's defending hurts them again.

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Should Wenger consider dropping Ozil? (2:49)
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Extra Time: PSG worries, Arsenal's best players (7:49)
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Wenger: A deserved point for Arsenal (1:17)
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WATCH: Chelsea-Arsenal player ratings (3:03)
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2dMichael Cox

Wenger, Conte go head-to-head on tactics

Throughout the 0-0 draw, the respective managers were involved in a contest that saw formations change and alterations made to counter opponents.

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2dMattias Karen

Wenger hails response in Chelsea draw

Arsene Wenger hailed his team's performance in the 0-0 draw at Chelsea, saying it was "vital" the team showed a strong response to the Liverpool loss.

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Wenger: End of transfer window has settled us (3:23)
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2dTom Adams

Ramsey display typifies Arsenal's resolve

Arsenal hit the post and had a goal disallowed as an encouraging performance from Aaron Ramsey helped them take a point at Chelsea in a 0-0 draw.

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Ramsey explains what Arsenal did differently vs. Chelsea (1:33)
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2dLiam Twomey

Arsenal show grit in Chelsea stalemate

Arsenal have been accused of having a soft centre, but they showed enough grit to hold Chelsea. The Blues meanwhile need Eden Hazard up to full speed.

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2dPA Sport

Chelsea, Arsenal draw as Luiz sees red

Chelsea and Arsenal played out a goalless draw at Stamford Bridge as David Luiz was shown a straight red card late in the game.

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Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal: David Luiz sent off (2:29)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1Tied-11th
Goals Scored7Tied-5th
Assists7Tied-3rd
Goals Conceded8Tied-13th