Posted on March 20, 2016 by ADMIN

Arsenal win at Everton the start of ‘perfect’ EPL title chase?

Well that is one Arsenal win down and eight to go for the Gunners if we are to somehow rescue this season from disaster and with the Gunners now out of the champions League and the FA cup, the only thing that will do is for us to chase down Leicester City and Tottenham and for Arsenal to win the Premier League title.

Arsene Wenger spoke about the need for Arsenal to be pretty much perfect until the final game of the season at home to a doomed Aston Villa on May 15th. That perfect run of results would see Arsenal finish the campaign on 79 points and obviously improve on our current goal difference significantly and I have a feeling that this could well be enough to see us crowned champions.

Leicester began the day on 63 points and after another narrow win they need another 14 from their remaining seven games to make sure we could not catch them. They have been just about managing to win recently but it has been far from comprehensive and as the pressure increases from week to week I can see them dropping points.

And the same can be said of the spuds who are now just three points ahead of us with the same games played. There is definitely a growing buzz around the Arsenal team at the moment and with Iwobi and Welbeck having really freshened things up and with Coquelin and Elneny looking very solid and dominant in the middle, we could well go on a serious run.

So do you think this Arsenal win at Everton will turn out to be the perfect start to what needs to be a perfect title chase?

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10 thoughts on “Arsenal win at Everton the start of ‘perfect’ EPL title chase?

  1. jperiod

    I think its a little too late. Good win against Everton, but I don’t think the cards will line up in Arsenal’s favor.

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  2. Davros

    Let’s just focus on winning every game and if Leicester /spuds mess up we can take advantage. If we can somehow win it all will be forgiven with Wenger

    If Leicester wins the pl then we will congratulate them because they deserve it and put heat on Wenger and Kronke for not spending a single penny on an outfielder last summer (still in shock over that bungling )

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    1. SoOpa AeoN

      “take advantage” ………this line does not go down well with this arsenal

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  3. davidnz

    Arsenal has not won
    the league for 12 years
    Spurs not for 55 years
    Leicester never in 130 years.
    Their managers know only too well this is the weakest
    league for 50 years but continue to play down their chances.
    “No we are under no pressure because top 4 is our goal
    and besides other teams are going to win it”
    Whatever 🙂

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  4. Budd

    I don’t see Leicester losing 3 games though. But hey, I will be happy if we will get 24 points from the next games. 🙂

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  5. Samiora

    Southampton(H),Sunderland(A),West Ham(H),Swansea(A),Man Utd(A),Everton(H),Chelsea(A)
    I can honesty be sure they will win agaisnt Swans and Sunderland all other remaining games can go either way for them….
    As for spurs,they have the toughest run of fixtures compare to Leceister
    Bournemouth(H),Liverpool(A),Man Utd(A),Stoke(A),West Brom(H),Chelsea(A),Newcstl(A)

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    1. SoOpa AeoN

      and Arsenal’s? ………….. We are really good at bottling it against smaller/cheaper sides…..go figure

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  6. jonm

    We have had numerous chances to get clear ahead in the PL and every time this team bottled it. If we go on a good run and start winning every game, if spurs and leicester drop points so we are close to winning then based on previous form this team will bottle it again. I hope we win but my head says no.

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