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 By Peter Wood

Arsenal need energy against QPR, so time to drop Mesut Ozil

Arsene Wenger insists his side are nowhere near to joining the Premier League title race, despite his side sitting just four points behind second-placed Manchester City in the table.

It must be a strange time to be an Arsenal fan. Seven wins from eight Premier League games in 2015 point to quite a resurgence at the club after the opening three months of the season were beyond embarrassing.

Topping the injury table had left Arsene Wenger with a threadbare squad and, as a result, they disappointed. However, things started to turn in December as the cavalry returned and, slowly but surely, the team has kicked into gear and found some impressive form. With three wins from three,...

Gabriel gives Arsenal chance to rest over-used Mertesacker

Despite Gabriel Paulista's impressive display against Everton over the weekend, ESPN FC's Paul Mariner still believes Wenger will continue with Per Mertesacker as centre-back.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger praises his side for their improved performance against Everton following their shock defeat to Monaco in the Champions League.

It was clear from the first whistle against Everton that Arsenal had been badly shaken by the events of last Wednesday night. The defeat to Monaco was unexpected, and the late strike which gave the French side their third away goal turned the brief glimmer of light from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's goal into a chasm of darkness.

With wins for Man United and Liverpool adding to the pressure, it's little wonder there wasn't much fluency to Arsenal's football, and although the scoreline makes the...

 By PA Sport

Arsenal need 72 points for Champions League place, says Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger insists his side are nowhere near to joining the Premier League title race, despite his side sitting just four points behind second-placed Manchester City in the table.

Arsene Wenger has set his Arsenal side the target of 21 points from their remaining Premier League games to earn a top-four finish.

The Gunners go into Wednesday night's clash at struggling QPR in third place but with only a total of three points separating them from Manchester United, Southampton and Liverpool below.

Wenger's side also face a trip to Monaco, who won 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium in the first leg of their Champions League tie, knowing they face an uphill task if they are to overturn...

 By Kevin Palmer

Francis Coquelin making the most of Arsenal chance, says Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger insists his side are nowhere near to joining the Premier League title race, despite his side sitting just four points behind second-placed Manchester City in the table.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that midfielder Francis Coquelin was "not in his plans" at the start of the season and has credited the French under-21 international for earning a regular place in his team.

Coquelin impressed once again in his defensive midfield role as Arsenal secured a valuable 2-0 win against Everton on Sunday, which cemented the Gunners position in the top three of the Premier League.

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While Coquelin and the rest of his Gunners teammates came in for some criticism...

Ramsey: Five will keep QPR alive

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Chris Ramsey believes five more victories will keep QPR in the Premier League.

The Rangers boss believes 37 points could be enough to keep the Loftus Road club in the top flight, but admitted QPR do not have "the luxury" of setting a specific survival target.

Rangers host Arsenal on Wednesday night, with Ramsey maintaining there is more pressure at the bottom of the table than the top.

Ramsey has backed QPR to pull off their great escape, despite only sitting outside the relegation zone on goal difference...