As they gear up for the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final across London, we look at five lessons Arsene Wenger's side should have learned from their last five trips. Chelsea will hope home advantage proves decisive this time around, but they will have to demonstrate considerably more attacking quality than they did when Arsenal travelled to Stamford Bridge back in September and departed with a 0-0 draw.
Relegated to the sixth place and recently eliminated from the FA Cup by a Premiership club, a final at Wembley stadium would be a bonanza for Wenger's squad that has been struggling the last few weeks.
Whilst Wilshere impressed yet again, Gooners on social media were getting vocal about another Arsenal academy graduate.
"I want him to stay for longer", Wenger said, optimistically trying to avoid being drawn into a discussion over a potential sale.
The victor will face either Manchester City or Bristol City.
The second leg will be played later this month.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte agreed with Wenger, saying: "It (VAR) is not bad, it is important because it reduces the mistakes".
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Wenger was given marching orders for the successive three Arsenal matches and he was also fined £40,000 for verbally abusing referee Mike Dean in the referee's changing room and questioning the referee's integrity.
"The only thing I want to say is the performance of Alexis and the commitment does not depend on the duration of his contract, it just depends on the fact that when he's on the pitch he wants to play". At the end of the first half, Fabregas nodded tamely straight at Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina. "We have to improve with all the players, not only the strikers".
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is a doubt for this weekend's clash with Bournemouth after limping out of the Gunners' game with Chelsea.
"I have not to justify every decision I make, you know".
Chelsea face Leicester City in the league, at the Bridge, on Saturday.
'We tried to win and shot 20 times, we created chances to score but we didn't take them.
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