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Fulham vs Arsenal: Premier League – LIVE!


Fulham vs Arsenal: Premier League – LIVE!

Premier League leaders Arsenal head into today’s meeting with Fulham at Craven Cottage under pressure to respond to Manchester City’s win on Saturday. The Gunners have seen their lead cut to two points and now must deal with the added burden of Europa League football as they attempt to end a 19-year wait for a League title.

Quite how continental competition will complicate matters for Mikel Arteta remains to be seen but a visit to Fulham is hardly an ideal return. One of the success stories of the Premier League this season, they are a difficult team to play against and Marco Silva’s side impressed during the return fixture at the Emirates Stadium before the World Cup.

Still, these are the games Arsenal simply need to win if they are going to be crowned champions. Follow all of the action LIVE with Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog. Dom Smith and Simon Collings will be providing expert analysis from the ground!

Live updates


A very promising sight for Arsenal fans


Mikel Arteta delighted with Leandro Trossard impact

A steal in the January transfer market!


Fulham injury blow

The club have confirmed in-form winger Willian misses out on today’s game with a slight injury.


Simon Collings at Craven Cottage


Simon Collings at Craven Cottage

Incredible how much stronger the Arsenal bench looks compared to Thursday night. Kiwior, who cost £21m in January, not even among the subs.


Jesus back in squad!

A very welcome sight for Gunners fans…

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Arsenal ‘let down’ by VAR again as Howard Webb urged into action

Arsenal were “let down” by VAR during Saturday’s dramatic Premier League win over Bournemouth, according to former Premier League referee Graham Poll.

Reiss Nelson scored a last-gasp winner to maintain the Gunners’ five-point lead over Manchester City as Mikel Arteta’s came from behind at the Emirates Stadium.

The hosts conceded the quickest goal in the Premier League this season when Philip Billing scored within the opening nine seconds of the game.

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Arsenal cleared of any wrongdoing after FA investigate Gunners for celebrating goal

The Football Association (FA) have decided against charging Arsenal for the nature of their celebrations following the last-minute winner against Bournemouth.

Reiss Nelson scored in the 98th minute to send the Emirates Stadium wild as it capped a comeback from two goals down to secure three important points in the Premier League title race.

Referee Chris Kavanagh noted the celebrations in his referee’s report, prompting an investigation by the FA.

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