Arsene Wenger reacts to Arsenal's draw at Chelsea: We could have won

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Chelsea host Arsenal in the first part of Super Sunday today knowing a victory will heap more pressure on Arsene Wenger's shoulders. Arsenal came from behind on Thursday to record a 3-1 win over FC Koln in the Europa League.

The Gunners have lost both away games this season, including the 4-0 humiliation at Liverpool.

However, Arsenal's chief creative force missed training on Saturday and is now set to sit out the huge clash at Stamford Bridge with what has been described as a "muscle" injury.

While Eden Hazard only being named on the Chelsea bench was largely expected, Wenger dropping Alexis Sanchez to the role of substitute was not.

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"When you lose there is always disappointment but I always see a good mentality from my players when there is a defeat". I think they should be alright.

"I remember very well that game".

That opening weekend loss to Burnley aside, it has been a flawless start for Chelsea, with three successive league wins followed by a 6-0 thrashing of Qarabag in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Wenger last tasted victory on the road against one of the big boys almost 1000 days ago when they saw off Manchester City 2-0 in 2015.

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Antonio Conte, meanwhile, is still unwilling to risk Eden Hazard following his lengthy lay-off with an ankle injury - the Belgium global will start the fixture on the bench.

Arsenal have gone 13 years without winning the English title and last season failed to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in 20 years.

Arsenal have won just two of their last 21 games against sides who also finished in the top six last season.

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