Chelsea v Arsenal: All you need to know

Saturday 21 October


In addition, Mauricio Pochettino has three victories and three draws in his six Premier League home games against Arsenal. Despite never scoring more than twice in a game, his teams have only failed to score in two of their 13 league games with the Gunners.

Chelsea host London rivals Arsenal on Saturday evening and will aim to continue building momentum under Mauricio Pochettino and improve upon their recent record against the Gunners.
Chelsea has suffered as many defeats in their last six Premier League games against Arsenal as they had in their previous 25 (W14 D6).
The Blues have lost five of their last six Premier League meetings with Arsenal, including both in 2022/23, and have not beaten them at Stamford Bridge since August 2018.

However, after a difficult start to the season, Chelsea have bounced back in their last two matches with wins at Fulham and Burnley prior to the international break.

Arsenal will make the short trip to Chelsea full of confidence, as they are one of two sides, along with Tottenham Hotspur, yet to be beaten in the Premier League so far this campaign and are second in the table.

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