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Saturday, 18 January 2014

Arsenal v Fulham: No room for complacency for the league leaders

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Arsenal have a remarkable record over their capital counterparts Fulham. The Gunners have never lost at home - either at Highbury or the Emirates - to the Cottagers and on current form you can't see that changing this afternoon.

Arsene Wenger's men are top of the tree and scoring freely. In fact they have only failed to register on two occasions in the Premier League. The Gunners can also boast a solid back four. The same cannot be said for Fulham. Rene Meulesteen's men have the worst defensive record in the division and are hemorrhaging goals at an alarming rate. They shipped six at Hull and four last week at home to Sunderland. Arsenal's Olivier Giroud and co must be licking their lips!

However, the last two meetings in north London have ended all square, with the hosts needing late goals to seal a share of the spoils. 

Arsene Wenger will get a detailed look at one of his reported targets this window Dimitar Berbatov. The Frenchman insists there are no deals imminent this window, but then he has never been one to publicly court a player. Wenger will be praying that the former Spurs man doesn't derail the Gunners' title dream.

SQF Prediction: It has to be a home win, surely. We're going 3-1.

Calling all Arsenal and Fulham fans: Do you agree? What do you think the score will be? Can Fulham stun the leaders? Will Berbatov soon be an Arsenal player? Whatever your views, we'd love to hear from you.

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