"You learn from defeats and during the season every team will have a bad patch and bad games".
After a rough start to the season in a 3-2 loss to Burnley in their opening Premier League fixture, Chelsea have found form and look nearly unstoppable.
Chelsea on the other hand thrive at home against big teams, but played a strong side midweek in the Champions League, so not all players may be 100 percent and ready to go. Victories against Tottenham, Everton and Leicester followed which have put Antonio Conte's men in a strong position going into this intriguing clash.
Arsenal are likely to recall a host of first-team regulars for the short trip to face the Premier League champions.
Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater is expected to be out until the October worldwide break.
Catalan Mayors defy courts ahead of referendum
City authorities have been forced to sign an agreement that federal money will not be used for referendum purposes. This is what we regret most of all", Neus Lloveras, member of the Catalonian parliament, told RT.
Eden Hazard looks set to start his first league game of the season.
Alexis Sanchez's first goal for Arsenal this season in their 3-1 win over FC Cologne in the Europa League, saw him join an exclusive band of players in the history of the club.
Arsenal have won their last two matches in all competitions against Chelsea. Francis Coquelin is out with a hamstring problem and Santi Cazorla is ruled out with an ankle injury.
Arsenal have lost their last five away Premier League games versus Chelsea, their joint-longest away losing run in the competition against a single opponent (also 5 in a row vs Man Utd between 2009-2013).
Arsenal may not have managed to beat Chelsea in their past five at Stamford Bridge, but they have beaten the Blues in their past two games against them.
No pole but Red Bull confident of Singapore win
Start is an opportunity, strategy, Safety Car, who knows, but tomorrow we're just going to have to play the long game. Force India were eliminated in Q2 with Sergio Perez finishing 12th fastest after complaining about his tyres.
Chris Wood's scoring run ends as Burnely held by Liverpool
It has been a tough week for Liverpool , who were flogged 5-0 by Manchester City a week ago before being held by Sevilla. It's wonderful just how much Deja vu one football team can cause but once again Liverpool pulled out their usual trick.