Arsenal trip with an eight-game winning streak is the best series of victories achieved by any team in the Barclays Premier League this season. However, Arsene Wenger is likely to have to be in their best performance if they want to extend an impressive record when they host Chelsea team, which is getting snuggled into their fourth BPL title.
Arsenal boasts a better record overall, the game all-London during the Barclays Premier League era, but it was one of those things where Chelsea has dominated over the last few years. Wenger’s side have not won a match of their six previous meetings face the Blues, losing four of those matches since Robin van Persie scored a hat-trick, helping drown squad Andre Villas-Boas with a score of 5-3 in the month of October 2011. Chelsea had never win when they travel to Arsenal in the Barclays Premier League until 2005, but has won three matches and three draws from eight next meeting in north London.
The last time Chelsea won the Barclays Premier League, their big win over Arsenal under Carlo Ancelotti. Didier Drogba launched a free kick from 25 yards for his second goal of the match; goals from Ivory Coast striker took place between Thomas Vermaelen’s own goals, which is diverting bait Ashley Cole towards his own net. Arsenal have recorded five wins of the many games at the Emirates Stadium on the stage in the season, but finished with a distance of 11 points from their rivals who led the league standings. Drogba also scored twice as Chelsea won back in the 2009/10 season, and he has boasted a record with eight goals in 11 appearances against Arsenal Barclays Premier League, with five of which occurred in the last four games.
Former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas is a hero loyal fan of the Gunners, with 212 times the performance of the Barclays Premier League. The Spain international was then joined Barcelona in August 2011, spent three seasons at the club of his childhood, before moving back to the capital of England with Chelsea for this season. And Fabregas directly provide breakthrough at Stamford Bridge, scoring three goals and offering the highest record in the league with a record 17 times assists, as he aims to win the title of his Barclays Premier League debut.