Laurent Koscielny has urged Arsenal to kick on from their vital win at Bournemouth and put themselves firmly back into the Premier League title picture.
Having been top of the table at the turn of the year, Arsene Wenger's men slipped to fourth following a four-game winless streak before securing a 2-0 victory against the Cherries on Sunday afternoon.
The victory takes Arsenal five points behind leaders Leicester, who visit the Emirates Stadium on Sunday looking to keep their unexpected title tilt...
On the 25th matchday of the 2014-15 Premier League season, Leicester City lost 2-1 at Arsenal, falling deeper into the Premier League basement with just 17 points.
One year later, Leicester City won its 25th game of the season, beating Manchester City 3-1 on Saturday and moving five points clear atop the league table (53 total points).
While the Foxes were already in first place entering the weekend, Saturday's win moved them atop the virtual standings for the first time this season. They are now the title favorite, according to both ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI) and the bookmakers.
Let's examine how this wild weekend affected the Premier League's three major races -- the title, top-four and relegation battles -- using SPI's projections (click here for more info on SPI). Plus, we preview two high-stakes matchups this weekend: Arsenal-Leicester City and Manchester City-Tottenham....
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has increased the pressure on Leicester by insisting that they are now favourites for the Premier League title.
Wenger's side host the Foxes on Sunday in a key clash between the title rivals, with the visitors five points ahead of the Gunners at the top of the table.
And even though Arsenal can cut that gap to just two points with a win at the Emirates Stadium, Wenger is adamant that Leicester should be considered the frontrunners for the title.
"In one week Leicester...