July 26, 2017

Arsenal vs Sunderland, Premier League 2016/17

16 May 2017, 09:32 | Simon Arnold

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has stressed it will be a "different story" for Premier League champions Chelsea next season when they have European football added to their schedule.

Arsenal are on a run of five Premier League wins in six matches and have closed the gap on the top four to three points with two games to go. We are the richest league in the world certainly, but you still have some top, top-level players who play in other leagues.

"However, the doubters will have to sit up and take notice if Wenger turns this team into a Champions League team and cup winners". You do not want to watch any more of the same old, same old.

Liverpool travelled to the capital knowing any slip-up could hand the initiative to Arsenal but a double from Philippe Coutinho and strikes from Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi means victory over relegated Middlesbrough on the final day will take them back to Europe's elite next season. If you are in any doubt, look at our season and compare that to Chelsea, Juventus and Atlético Madrid.

"I'm not influenced by that at all, all I can do is give my best".

"We have two leagues".

Stoke have won just one of their last ten games despite substitute Crouch's controversial goal.

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"We let ourselves down really".

After a second placed finish last season, many expected the Gunners to put in a real title challenge this time around, especially considering the club invested in the likes of Granit Xhaka and Shkodran Mustafi last summer.

Sánchez limped out of the 4-1 win against Stoke City on Saturday but Wenger was optimistic the Chilean striker and Koscielny would feature against Sunderland.

Arsenal recorded an impressive 4-1 win at Stoke but were always reliant on one of their rivals dropping points before the end of the season if they were to reel either of them in.

Asked about their chances of gate-crashing the Champions League places, Wenger said: "Our chances depend on winning our games".

"We had a hard week playing Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday". Yesterday it didn't look too good, but with him you never know.

Wenger's situation is also a topic of intense debate, as many Arsenal supporters demand the Frenchman - out of contract at the end of the season - makes way for a change in leadership.

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