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Santi Cazorla and a case for the Arsenal defence ahead of 2015

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has urged his side to remain consistent after the Gunners moved into fifth spot with a 2-1 win at West Ham on Sunday.

In the wake of two 2-1 victories inside 48 hours and ahead of a New Year's Day trip to Southampton, here are three talking points for Arsenal fans ...

Santi Cazorla

The Spaniard has been outstanding in recent games for the Gunners, scoring four times in the past five matches; a feat made all the more impressive by the different roles he has fulfilled.

Because of the paucity of midfield options, Arsene Wenger has been playing Mathieu Flamini and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, with Cazorla at the tip of...

Player Ratings: Cazorla continues his run as Arsenal's danger man

Arsenal held on to pick up an impressive 2-1 win in an enthralling encounter against West Ham at Upton Park. We're in FA Cup season and this match had all the frenzy and excitement of a classic cup tie.

West Ham had appeared to be in control of the game's early stages, but two Arsenal goals in the last four minutes of the first half put the Gunners in the driver's seat. First, Santi Cazorla won and converted a spot kick, then Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain capped a fine run with a driven cross which Danny...

 By Nick Miller

Three Points: Arsenal belie familiar faults to beat West Ham

LONDON -- A trio of observations about Arsenal's 2-1 win at West Ham on Sunday in the Premier League.

1.   Arsenal show some spirit

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is very keen on emphasising his side's "spirit" and affirms that his players' mental toughness is much more apparent than many outside observers might believe.

The evidence has suggested otherwise at times, with the number of Arsenal defeats against the Premier League's big teams -- both in terms of quality of opponent and physical...

 By John Cross

Arsenal must rotate their squad as Alexis Sanchez carries the weight

The ESPN FC team preview Week 19 of the Premier League as Arsenal square off with West Ham United, while Chelsea face a tough Southampton test.

The problem with a player that is so good is that you become overly reliant on him. Alexis Sanchez was incredible in Arsenal's 2-1 win against Queens Park Rangers on Boxing Day. He was at the centre of everything: He won a penalty (although missed it), scored, set up another goal, and when Arsenal were trying to run down the clock, he ran himself into the ground closing down the opposition.

No doubt, Sanchez has been magnificent this season. He's scored goals, created goals and won the fans over...

Cavani nears Arsenal move, Cristiano Ronaldo won't return to Old Trafford

Edinson Cavani has been linked away from Paris Saint-Germain for some time.

Christmas is over, and managers have been busy looking at the best Boxing Day deals ahead of the winter window opening on Jan. 1. Find out the latest rumours with Transfer Talk...

Gunners closing on Cavani?

After watching Olivier Giroud land himself a three-match ban for a ridiculous head-butt during Arsenal's nervy 2-1 victory over Queens Park Rangers on Boxing Day, rumours that Arsene Wenger may be contemplating a move for Edinson Cavani are sure to gather pace.

The Daily Express reports that...

Player Ratings: Foolish Olivier Giroud leaves Arsenal hanging on vs. QPR

Olivier Giroud was sent off for clashing with Nedum Onuoha during Arsenal's 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers.

Arsenal's 2-1 win over QPR was a valuable result but in typical fashion they made life a lot more difficult for themselves. At 1-0 up and completely in control, Olivier Giroud's silly reaction to a Nedum Onuoha foul left referee Martin Atkinson with no option but to send him off. 

Although they doubled their lead with 10 men, a generous penalty brought Harry Redknapp's side back into the game. By the end it was backs to the wall defending that saw the Gunners through.

With a trip to West Ham...