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 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...

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West Ham's Alex Song: I would have loved Arsenal return

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger knows consistency will be the key if his side are to push on into the second half of the Premier League season, but West Ham United and his former midfielder, Alex Song, stand in his way.

Alex Song has told L'Equipe he was keen to return to Arsenal in the summer but accepts that Arsene Wenger did not want to sign him.

Song left Arsenal for Barcelona in 2012 but was allowed to leave the Camp Nou in the summer, ultimately signing for West Ham United on loan.

The 27-year-old said that -- like Cesc Fabregas, who joined Chelsea after Arsenal decided against bringing him back -- he had been keen to move back to the Emirates but the club decided against the move.

Song, speaking ahead...

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Lukas Podolski to hold talks over Arsenal future

Little-used Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski hopes to remain in the German national team picture.
Lukas Podolski said he is not happy with his role as a substitute.

Lukas Podolski has told Super Express he intends to speak to Arsene Wenger in the coming days to determine whether he has a future at Arsenal.

Podolski, 29, has been linked with Serie A sides Inter Milan and Roma and said late last month that he was frustrated with his lack of playing time.

Since making those comments, he has started only match, in which he scored two goals in a 4-1 Champions League win at Galatasaray, and he said his current situation "cannot go on."

"I am not 20 or 21 years old...

 By PA Sport

Allardyce urges West Ham to continue their giant-killing form against Arsenal

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol asserts that West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce was being too clever with his lineup choices against Chelsea.

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce wants to add Arsenal to a list of conquests at Upton Park which includes Liverpool and Manchester City.

The Hammers were beaten 2-0 at Chelsea on Boxing Day, but have won six of their nine home games this season to help them challenge at the top end of the table in the Barclays Premier League.

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"The last seven home games have been six wins and one draw," Allardyce said.

"I am relying on the home form that we have shown over the last seven games to be there in abundance...

By ESPN Staff
12 hours ago

Wenger: I kept him despite all the opinions

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger knows consistency will be the key if his side are to push on into the second half of the Premier League season, but West Ham United and his former midfielder, Alex Song, stand in his way.

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