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Arsenal thrash hopeless Chelsea

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 By Michael Cox

Chelsea's defence terrible in almost every respect in 3-0 loss to Arsenal

Arsenal downed their London rivals for the first time since 2011 in convincing fashion.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsenal completely controlled proceedings against a somewhat lacklustre Chelsea side.

There's been plenty of discussion about Albert Einstein in English football this week. One of his most famous proverbs felt particularly apt at the Emirates on Saturday: "The definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results." If this is the case, Chelsea supporters have reason to be concerned about Antonio Conte.

Even in isolation, this was a terrible defensive performance from Chelsea in almost every respect. They were wide open when Arsenal countered,...

Arsenal confidently thrash Chelsea to snap nine-game winless league run

Arsenal downed their London rivals for the first time since 2011 in convincing fashion.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from the Emirates as Arsenal's first-half flurry resulted in a comfortable 3-0 win over Chelsea...

1. Arsenal begin Wenger celebrations in style

It wasn't quite 20 years in the making but it was a 3-0 win that ended over four years of waiting. Arsenal set themselves up perfectly to celebrate the anniversary of Arsene Wenger's 1996 appointment next week by claiming their first victory over Chelsea since 2011, and with a performance aptly harking back to the manager's...

Chelsea vs. Arsenal will once again be decided in central midfield

Ian Darke joins the ESPN FC crew to preview the Chelsea vs. Arsenal clash at the Emirates Stadium.
The ESPN FC crew debate whether it will be Chelsea or Arsenal who finish higher in the Premier League this season.
As Arsenal vs. Chelsea continues as a budding rivalry, The Exploding Heads take a deeper look into the clash.

Over the past three years, and for a lot of the past decade, Chelsea have gone to Arsenal with a clear and repeatedly proven game plan. It focused on the centre of the pitch and ensured that their fixtures followed a long-term template. Chelsea, usually ordered by Jose Mourinho, would just congest the midfield to squeeze all space and patiently wait for Arsenal to crash against the rocks so they could break. It worked so well that it's been seven games since Arsene Wenger's side even scored against...

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Trending: Mourinho wanted to "break Wenger's face," Bauza blasts Barca

He may be the fastest man on earth but can Usain Bolt predict this weekend's Premier League results?
Arsene Wenger reveals he won't read a biography on Jose Mourinho, preferring to focus on on-field matters.
ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein says it's been a while since Jose Mourinho has been able to connect with his players like he did early in his career.

Here are the latest stories for Friday.

ARSENAL: Jose Mourinho wanted to "break Arsene Wenger's face" according to a new book about the Portuguese boss. The two have clashed plenty of times over their careers, but the revelation came after a spat over Juan Mata's move from Chelsea to Manchester United and Mourinho allegedly told Rob Beasley, author of "Jose Mourinho, Up Close and Personal": "I will find him [Wenger] one day outside a football pitch and I will break his face."

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Arsene Wenger and Arsenal can lay down marker against Chelsea

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Arsenal will finish ahead of Chelsea in the Premier League.

The fixture list did not grant Arsenal an easy start to the season.

It's not yet the end of September and they've already faced some huge games. Their first two matches saw them face Liverpool and champions Leicester, they've travelled to the Parc des Princes to face Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League and now they're preparing for the visit of Chelsea -- rivals for London supremacy and potentially the Premier League title. With Chelsea now in the post-Jose Mourinho era, Arsene Wenger will...

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Arsenal face Chelsea, champs Leicester's trip to Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.

Chelsea will look to hit back after last week's 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool when they travel to bitter rivals Arsenal on Saturday evening. 

Manchester United, meanwhile, are stuck in a rut. Yes, they won against League One Northampton in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night, but it's two defeats in a row in the league ahead of the visit of champions Leicester.

Elsewhere, Manchester City have a 100 percent record under Pep Guardiola, and the latest team to try and stop them, Swansea, lost 2-1...