Where: Emirates Stadium, London
When: Sunday 26th April, 16.00 GMT
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With Chelsea’s win over Manchester United last week extending their lead at the top of the Premier League to 10 points, even with an defeat to Arsenal the title is most likely going back to Stamford Bridge for the first time since 2010.
However, that doesn’t means there is not still not a lot on the line when these two sides clash at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, with Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho’s famously waspish relationship bound to explode in some way.
Gunners boss Wenger is still looking for his first win over a side managed by Mourinho in 12 attempts.
He will perhaps be as confident as he has ever been ahead of a game with the Blues, with Arsenal currently on an impressive eight-match winning run in the league and after securing a second straight FA Cup final last Saturday against Reading.
Chelsea meanwhile have hardly been impressive over the past few weeks, maybe even for the whole of 2015 it could be argued, and are more dragging themselves over the line rather than sprinting to the finish.
Mourinho’s side have won by a margin of just one goal since January and despite an impressive goal and defensive display verse United last week, have had to rely on goalkeeping howlers to secure wins against the likes of QPR, Hull and Stoke.
But that will matter little to the coach or the squad who sit high and mighty on their perch atop the Premier League and you can see them treating this fixture with their usual robustness and vigour if it means wrapping up a fourth Premier League title as soon as possible.