Sport A general view of Emirates Stadium

Visiting supporters have avoided paying the highest band of prices at the Emirates

Wenger says Tottenham merit Champions League place

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger maintains Tottenham deserve their crack at the Champions League.

Stoppage-time winner keeps Arsenal hopes alive

Arsenal 1 Wolves 0

Fabregas ruled out for rest of season

Cesc Fabregas' season is over after it was confirmed the Arsenal captain had suffered a small crack in his right fibula during the Champions League clash against Barcelona last night.

Fabregas hails Arsenal character

Battle-weary Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas praised his team-mates for coming through what he believes will go down as one of the toughest matches in the club's history last night.

Arsenal v Porto: Champions League preview

Arsenal will look to overturn a 2-1 deficit when they take on Porto for a place in the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday night.

Keane takes positives from Brazil defeat

Robbie Keane believes the Republic of Ireland can take great heart from the way they "stood up" to Brazil in last night's friendly defeat at Emirates Stadium.

Friendly matches team news: 02/03/2010

Dunne and Keane miss Emirates date

Republic of Ireland: Richard Dunne has pulled out of tonight's friendly against Brazil at the Emirates Stadium. The Aston Villa defender, who has 57 caps for Ireland, has been ruled out with an unspecified muscle injury. The on-loan Celtic striker Robbie Keane, has also withdrawn from the squad after aggravating a knee problem at the weekend.

Arsenal post huge profits

Arsenal have announced pre-tax profits of £35.2m and a significant reduction in debt for the six months ending November 30, 2009.

Gerrard backs Liverpool to top Manchester City

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has set his sights on beating Manchester City in 10 days' time as the race for Champions League places heats up.

Arsenal and Hull fined over Emirates furore

Hull have been fined £40,000 and Arsenal £20,000 and both clubs warned over their future conduct for failing to control their players in a Barclays Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium on December 19.

Gerrard targeting third place finish for Liverpool

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has cranked up the pressure on Arsenal ahead of tomorrow's clash at the Emirates Stadium by stating defeat for the Gunners will cost them third place.

Ferguson fired up for Arsenal clash

Sir Alex Ferguson has declared Manchester United's Barclays Premier League showdown with Arsenal on Sunday as his club's "biggest game of the season".

New signings unlikely says Wenger

Arsene Wenger says he is sorry to have missed out on the capture of defender Chris Smalling and admitted it was unlikely Arsenal would sign any new players before the end of the transfer window.

Gary Neville gearing up for Manchester United's 'big week'

Defender Gary Neville admits Manchester United have a big week ahead of them as they attempt to overturn Manchester City's advantage in the Carling Cup semi-final before facing Arsenal in a crunch clash at the weekend.

O'Shea to miss rest of Manchester United season

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson expects John O'Shea to miss the remainder of the season following complications after the defender suffered a dead leg.

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