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Wenger's Arsenal still unable to match benchmark set by Mourinho's Chelsea

Chelsea went 10 points clear atop the Premier League table courtesy of a 0-0 draw with London rivals Arsenal.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the key match incidents for both Arsenal and Chelsea that led to a scoreless draw at the Emirates.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the key match incidents for both Arsenal and Chelsea that led to a scoreless draw at the Emirates.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Oscar continued to play on despite going down after a head-on collision with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina, but was taken to the hospital at halftime.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Cesc Fabregas (23') Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea

It was very far from Chelsea at their "artistic" best, but it was Jose Mourinho at his mischievous best. The Portuguese had been asked about the chants of "boring, boring Chelsea" from the Emirates crowd after a predictably locked-down performance that yielded a 0-0 result at Arsenal, and offered the type of spark that wasn't so evident in his team's play.

"You know, boring I think is 10 years without a title," Mourinho responded. "That's very boring. You support the club and you're waiting, waiting,...

Chelsea will be champions after draw at pretenders Arsenal

Chelsea went 10 points clear atop the Premier League table courtesy of a 0-0 draw with London rivals Arsenal.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the key match incidents for both Arsenal and Chelsea that led to a scoreless draw at the Emirates.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from Arsenal and Chelsea's 0-0 draw in the Premier League at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.

1. Chelsea will be champions

Arsenal's winning run comes to an end, but Arsene Wenger's poor run against Jose Mourinho does not. This 0-0 means it is now 13 games, and the French manager has still not beaten the Portuguese, still hasn't shown his Arsenal are quite making the step up to actually finish ahead of a side like Chelsea. This has only briefly delayed the latter's...

Arsenal defend well but Santi Cazorla wasteful in disappointing Chelsea draw

Chelsea went 10 points clear atop the Premier League table courtesy of a 0-0 draw with London rivals Arsenal.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the key match incidents for both Arsenal and Chelsea that led to a scoreless draw at the Emirates.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the key match incidents for both Arsenal and Chelsea that led to a scoreless draw at the Emirates.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Oscar continued to play on despite going down after a head-on collision with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina, but was taken to the hospital at halftime.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Cesc Fabregas (23') Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea

A 0-0 draw with Chelsea always seemed the most likely outcome to a game that the visitors didn't have to win. Their defensive strength enabled them to keep the Gunners at arm's length while Arsene Wenger's men didn't quite click as an attacking force.

It was also interesting in that was a game that Arsenal didn't necessarily need to win (as much as want to) and although the Arsenal manager put on Danny Welbeck and Theo Walcott, both were introduced very late in the game; it suggested a more...

Wenger aiming to finally beat Chelsea and build momentum for Arsenal

Will Chelsea deploy Petr Cech on the halfway circle? Will Theo Walcott recover from his ingrown arm in time for Sunday? Find out as the How Will They Line Up boys discuss the London Derby!

Jose Mourinho was laughing about it on reflection, even if it was rather different to his reaction at the time. The Chelsea manager had been asked about the relatively meek title pushes from all his main rivals -- and whether anyone has pushed him as hard this season as Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger infamously did on the touchline at Stamford Bridge back in October.

"Top question," Mourinho smiled, offering a thumbs-up. "Deserves a proper answer ... but because I'm always honest, I cannot answer."

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 By Nick Miller

Arsenal vs. Chelsea: Five questions in advance of the Premier League clash

Will Chelsea deploy Petr Cech on the halfway circle? Will Theo Walcott recover from his ingrown arm in time for Sunday? Find out as the How Will They Line Up boys discuss the London Derby!
The ESPN FC panel discuss the upcoming Premier League match between Chelsea and Arsenal, and note Arsenal's lack of results against the Blues as a troubling statistic.
Former Arsenal forward Paul Mariner gives his take on how fans should receive former Gunner Cesc Fabregas when Chelsea face off against Arsenal on Sunday.
With the title race all but wrapped up, former Arsenal striker Paul Mariner talks the mindset of the Gunners as they look to best their nemesis Chelsea.

Nick Miller looks at five key talking points regarding Sunday's clash between Arsenal and Chelsea at Emirates Stadium.

1. Will Arsene Wenger finally beat Jose Mourinho?

It seems implausible that Arsene Wenger has never beaten a particular rival over so many encounters, even if that other manager is one as successful as Jose Mourinho. Wenger's head-to-head record with Mourinho reads P12, W0, D5, L7, F6, A21, which is not exactly impressive and would seem to back up Mourinho's perceived dig on Friday...

Arsenal can lay down a marker for next season with Chelsea win

The ESPN FC panel discuss the upcoming Premier League match between Chelsea and Arsenal, and note Arsenal's lack of results against the Blues as a troubling statistic.
Former Arsenal forward Paul Mariner gives his take on how fans should receive former Gunner Cesc Fabregas when Chelsea face off against Arsenal on Sunday.
With the title race all but wrapped up, former Arsenal striker Paul Mariner talks the mindset of the Gunners as they look to best their nemesis Chelsea.

This Sunday, Arsenal play host to Jose Mourinho's Chelsea. Although it will doubtless by hyped by some broadcasters as an opportunity to claw back ground in the title race, the reality is that the Blues have long since disappeared over the horizon. With a 10 point lead and just six games to go, their advantage seems insurmountable. However, that does not render this match meaningless. If Arsenal can record a landmark victory, it will make a major statement ahead of next season.

Having already defeated...