Sport Tomas Rosicky receives treatment after catching a stray elbow off Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor during Arsenal's 2-1 victory

Arsene Wenger confirms he does not know if Rosicky broke his nose in a clash with Gabriel Agbonlahor and also confirms that Nacho Monreal may have broken a metatarsal in his foot

Squillaci own-goal goal denies Gunners

Wigan Athletic 2 Arsenal 2

Nasri double sends Arsenal top

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Walcott at the double for fortunate Arsenal

Newcastle United 0 Arsenal 4

Boy Wonder marvels at City riches

Walcott is worried that Mancini's men are starting to gel but says Arsenal will be 'on the podium' by season's end

Manchester City will need time says Fabregas

Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has warned Barclays Premier League title rivals Manchester City they cannot just buy the spirit of champions.

Levein left to lament gamble as defensive Scotland slip to first defeat

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Chelsea claim fourth straight win over Arsenal

Chelsea 2 Arsenal 0

Chamakh wins soft penalty on hard night for the Gunners

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Power cut not enough to stop Arsenal

Partizan Belgrade 1 Arsenal 3

Fabregas could return for Chelsea clash

Arsene Wenger is cautiously optimistic Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas could be fit to play against Barclays Premier League leaders Chelsea next weekend.

'Outstanding' Wilshere takes charge as Spurs are humiliated

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