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The numbers behind Arsenal's good start

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Arsenal's Petr Cech says Manchester United are still title contenders

Petr Cech thinks the Gunners have the strength in depth to cope until Lucas Perez's return.
The FC boys all agree that Jose Mourinho's recent string of apologies is an insincere attempt to garner more attention.

Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has told talkSPORT that Manchester United should not be counted out of the Premier League title race.

Cech said United manager Jose Mourinho, under whom he won three Premier League titles at Chelsea, would turn the Old Trafford club into contenders.

United, who face Burnley at Old Trafford on Saturday, won their first three Premier League games under Mourinho but have since fallen to seventh in the table, six points behind the leaders.

But Cech said: "I still count...

David Moyes is over Manchester United experience - Arsene Wenger

Craig Burley explains what David Moyes needs to do if he hopes to still be at Sunderland when the transfer market opens.
Sunderland boss David Moyes says he doesn't think it's too much to ask of his players to play three game in a week.

LONDON -- Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger doesn't believe Sunderland counterpart David Moyes is still suffering from his experience at Manchester United, and praised Black Cats striker Jermain Defoe for his "absolutely amazing" longevity.

Moyes is back in the Premier League for the first time since he was fired by Man United in 2014, just 10 months after taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson. He then spent less than a year at Real Sociedad in an unsuccessful spell in Spain before being hired by Sunderland...

The numbers show that Arsenal may have solved their scoring problems

Former Arsenal man Stewart Robson says Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has more to offer in the first XI than Theo Walcott.

Often criticised for their finishing, Arsenal have scored 19 goals, tied with Chelsea for second most in Premier League this season.

In the previous six Premier League campaigns, the Gunners converted 32 percent of their shots on goal. Last season, they ranked 12th in conversion percentage, Arsenal's lowest rank in that category since 2010.

This season, however, Arsenal have found a way to capitalise on the chances they may have missed before and currently lead the league in conversion percentage...