Published: Thu, May 11, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

We will see how Chelsea respond next season: Wenger

We will see how Chelsea respond next season: Wenger

Arsene Wenger has won only 25% of his Premier League games at St. Mary's (two of eight) as opposed to 60% at the Dell (three of five).

Wenger said: "He's a top-quality striker and I couldn't give him the games that he wants and that he deserves". We're having a season where things have been a bit more hard but I'm convinced that in the coming years we can show another side.

The 2-0 victory over Manchester United was Wenger's first league win over the Portuguese at the 13th attempt and kept the hopes of Champions League qualification alive.

"We can not find the good clinical edge", said Puel. "I don't understand and I never did understand what it means".

"I was surprised as well I must say, but I must confess as well that it doesn't stop the players to focus and concentrate after on the game". "But it is an overall, global thing now".

The Emirates side will battle Southampton in a crunch Premier League encounter on Wednesday, May 10.

The team have since recovered though with the 2-0 win against Manchester United last weekend taking the Gunners to within six points of fourth placed Manchester City, with a game in hand. If Manchester City and Liverpool also win their remaining matches, City will have 76 points, while the Reds will finish with 78.

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They are now sixth with 63 points from 34 games and can close the gap with a win at Southampton on Wednesday.

- Sanchez is only the fifth Arsenal player to score 20 Premier League goals in a season, after Ian Wright, Thierry Henry, Emmanuel Adebayor and Robin van Persie. Liverpool finishes the season at home to already-relegated Middlesbrough but could encounter more problems on Sunday at West Ham, which has found some form and beat second-place Tottenham last week.

"It was a very even game in the first half but in the second half I felt we took over and created many opportunities to score". "Sick. This is a team and a club that needs to be in the Champions League".

Xhaka was expected be a game time call according to the Telegraph but they had Mustafi down as being ruled out with injury.

There had been little sign of Arsenal trying to chase down the top four as the game began in soporific manner, devoid of any intensity at either end, and it was Saints who had the best chances when a contest finally broke out around the half-hour mark.

"We have got to do it consistently".

Arsenal are the favourites at [2.08], with Southampton at [3.8] and the draw at [3.85].

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