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Arsenal only show up when they feel like it; will they be 'ready' for Chelsea?

Alison Bender and Mattias Karen discuss whether Arsenal can keep their season alive heading into a packed February.

To be perfectly honest, I don't think I'm "mentally ready" to write this Chelsea-Arsenal preview. Yet only 72 hours ago, I was completely jacked up to make the case that Saturday's game would be Arsenal's season-defining match.

Against all logic (and the club's impressive history of self-sabotage in February) I'd convinced myself that the awesome display of attacking firepower I had witnessed in the 5-0 FA Cup annihilation of Southampton this past weekend was something so much more than another...

Why Chelsea will, or won't, win the Premier League this season

After being accused of lacking identity, Steve Nicol believes Antonio Conte is the man to give them just that.

Here's one alternative fact I think we can all agree on: Every Premier League fan is absolutely certain of his team's fate and the future of the title race. If you're a Chelsea supporter (and thanks to manager Antonio Conte, I'll permit that), you're already making plans to mock Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger mercilessly.

And while it certainly seems that the trophy is Chelsea's to lose -- they enjoy a robust eight-point gap over second-place Arsenal with 16 games remaining -- reality won't stop...

"Fraudiola" claims are ridiculous; Guardiola needs time at Man City

The FC crew criticise Pep Guardiola's inflexibility to adapt his tactics to suit his club as well as the Prem style.

Well, so much for the much ballyhooed supremacy of Spanish and German football. No wonder the Barcas and Bayerns have had their way in La Liga and Bundesliga for all these years. They had virtually no competition.

Oh, sure, their opponents may have possessed some smattering of skill, but there was obviously no intensity to their play, no bone-jarring physicality, no in-your-face pressing, none of the qualities that make the Premier League such a unique challenge to a ball-hogging purist like Pep...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic rescues Paul Pogba and Man Utd, and not for the first time

Ever since he descended from the footballing heavens this past summer to become the self-proclaimed "God of Manchester," it was generally assumed that United's season would hinge on whether Zlatan Ibrahimovic's 35-year-old body could keep his ego's promises.

After 10 matches, the answer seemed similar to the one Fernando Torres gave to Chelsea as His Zlatan-ness managed to billow the net a whopping total of four times -- or half as many as, say, Diego Costa (remember him?) managed during the...

It sounds wild, but this might be the year Tottenham finish above Arsenal

Craig Burley says Tottenham have helped open the title race, but it's hard to back them as a contender to Chelsea.

There are certain things I never thought I'd say.

"No, I don't want that next beer."

"I'm sorry, Miss Ratajkowski; I should really be heading home."

"Thank you, Tottenham."

But the last thing I want to do is to appear churlish after Spurs preserved Arsenal's Premier League record of 14 consecutive wins by beating Chelsea last week. And I suppose I should also express my gratitude to Tottenham for keeping the title race alive when it had threatened to be stomped to death in one of Antonio...

Premier League resolutions for 2017: pragmatic Pep, Leicester revival, more

The Exploding Heads cap off 2016 with the annual Football Awards and beg footballers to stay away from ink in 2017.

I think we can all agree that 2016 was an awful year for humanity, unless you happened to be a Leicester fan. The rest of us are eager to kick the past 12 months to the curb and move on to what we're sure will be a glorious 2017. That is, until two consecutive losses in early January ruin everything.

For now, though, the spirit of bonhomie reigns, and even an embittered Arsenal fan can open his heart (or what's left of it after 12 years of breakage) to his fellow Premier League supporters and...