Arsenal v Chelsea Live
Live Premier League action this Sunday sees a mouthwatering top of the table clash at the Emirates Stadium when Arsenal take on league leaders Chelsea. Tune into our dedicated member's area to watch the game live. Live Sport Network is the number one source for live streaming football online with over 50,000 members.
The Gunners will feel this is a must win game following their shock loss to Sunderland last week. A lone goal from Darren Bent consigned Arsenal to yet another loss against a supposed "weak" team. Manager Arsene Wenger will hope his side can lift themselves for this crunch game, which could very well be a pivotal one as far as their title ambitions are concerned.
However Arsenal bounced back in style in the Champions League during the mid-week beating Standard Liege by a 2-0 margin to clinch the top spot in their group. First-half goals from Samir Nasri and Denilson settled the issue in Arsenal's favor.
However Wenger was left to rue the result as three key players sustained injuries in the game. Kieran Gibbs has a broken foot and faces a 2-month layoff, while William Gallas and Andrei Arshavin collided while going for a header. Gallas has an ankle issue, while Arshavin required three stitches.
Meanwhile Chelsea look solid going into December when they lost the momentum last year. This year they are in a stronger position and a slip up appears to be unthinkable. Last week, the Blues beat Wolves by a 4-0 margin thanks to a brace from Michael Essien and a goal each from Joe Cole and Florent Malouda.
The win allowed Chelsea to maintain a five-point gap at the top of the table and they will be hoping to preserve the same this Sunday as well. Manager Carlo Ancelotti will be boosted by the return of Michael Ballack, Deco and Didier Drogba for this game.
Frank Lampard however is expected to miss out with a thigh injury.
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