It was a case of Arsenal's most notable loanees in action against each other on Saturday as Middlesbrough hosted Bournemouth.
Leicester City have managed to climb to 12th in the Premier League table thanks to a 3-1 win at home to Crystal Palace.
Tottenham have dropped two more points after drawing 0-0 away to Bournemouth.
Arsenal were able to close the gap with ‘imperial’ Manchester City to zero points (and just one goal) after Pep Guardiola’s men missed TWO penalties to draw 1-1 with Everton.
Arsenal’s win over Swansea at the Emirates on Saturday moved them to second in the table, one point ahead of Tottenham who almost lost to West Brom at the Hawthornes.
After what was the worst defence of a Premier League title by the champions last season, Leicester showed that they are likely to take that accolade from Chelsea this campaign after they were brushed aside by Antonio Conte's men at Stamford Bridge.
Yaya Sanogo has used his official Facebook account to send well wishes to Crystal Palace’s Pape Souare who is set to miss a number of months after being involved in a car accident last month.
Virgil van Dijk has admitted his frustration with the Arsenal groundsmen after he was unable to destroy the penalty spot prior to Santi Cazorla giving Arsenal the lead against Southampton in the closing moments of Saturday’s game.
Alan Pardew has hailed Mathieu Flamini’s leadership and passing ability after signing him on a free while the midfielder said Pardew was key to him signing for Crystal Palace.
Crystal Palace have increased their ability to shout and point wildly on the pitch by signing former Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini.
Eddie Howe has dismissed the rumours that emerged earlier in the week that Arsenal are lining him up as a successor to Arsene Wenger.
When it comes to the connection between fans and the club they support, sometimes you couldn’t feel further away. One club is trying to fix that.
Reports on Sunday claimed that Chelsea were moving closer to a deal to re-sign Romelu Lukaku from Everton, breaking Arsenal hearts.
When compared to all sports on a global basis, Arsenal are some way off the big players, coming in 23rd according to the latest figures released by Forbes.
If you think that Arsenal regularly get shafted by referees, then you are right.
Reports emerged on Saturday that Leicester want more than just money for Riyad Mahrez – they want Theo Walcott.
Germany manager, Joachim Low, has urged Mario Gotze to think about moving clubs to help his career, as Arsenal and Liverpool continue to be heavily linked with the Bayern Munich man.
With Mikel Arteta about to hang up his playing boots and move into coaching, it seems like he is about to join Manchester City despite having an offer from Arsenal (and Tottenham) according to Marca in Spain.
Not even five months ago, Arsenal were reportedly on the verge of completing a deal for Atlético Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez.
West Ham United have announced the signing of former Arsenal reserve team captain Havard Nordtveit.
Mauricio Pochettino has said that Spurs’s collapse at Newcastle was down to a ‘mental’ problem as the final day just keeps getting funnier and funnier.
Arsenal's value has increased by an incredible 54% in the last year, taking it beyond the $2bn mark.
With the news that Frank de Boer is leaving Ajax confirmed on Thursday morning, there are going to be questions surrounding Dennis Bergkamp's future.
Fans of both Arsenal and Spurs will be gutted at blowing the chance to win the league, even if the latter admit it far more reluctantly.
Pedro may not know it, but his desire to make sure that he’s not part of the first Chelsea team in 26 years to lose at home to Tottenham could help Arsenal catch their north London rivals.
If you ever thought that Tottenham were full of sh*t, you’d be right as David Bentley has just revealed to Four Four Two in their latest edition that Jonathan Woodgate took a dump in his washbag for a laugh.
Lukasz Fabianski has admitted that he has no problem in helping Tottenham to the title even though his former Arsenal ties means that he should know a lot better than that.
With a 3-0 win against relegation rivals Norwich City on Saturday afternoon, Sunderland gave themselves a big chance of staying in the Premier League.
It looks increasingly unlikely that Arsenal are going to finish above Spurs again and, according to former Tottenham captain Ledley King, should be the focus of the fans at White Hart Lane.
Beating West Ham United in a quarter-final replay on Wednesday night, Manchester United stayed in the FA Cup and kept their hopes of matching Arsenal's all-time wins record alive.
The Daily Mirror are today claiming that Pep Guardiola wants to bring Mikel Arteta to Manchester City as part of his coaching staff.
As Leicester brushed Sunderland aside with a 2-0 win at the Stadium of Light, Arsenal’s slim title hopes faded further from view. Here are five reasons why Leicester will win and Arsenal won't.
Southampton are apparently keen on luring Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain back to St. Marys with Jose Fonte ‘having a word’ with his former teammate.
Manchester United couldn’t do Arsenal and Leicester a favour by taking points off Tottenham on Sunday afternoon as they received another north London thumping but they did help the Gunners in the race for top four by losing.
David Alaba has revealed that he would have much rather signed for Arsenal when he was a youngster.
Arsenal are in third place in the Injury League for this season as we enter the final weeks of the campaign, behind Newcastle and Liverpool.
Keylor Navas is just 133 minutes away from breaking Jens Lehman's record for the most minutes without conceding a goal in the Champions League.
In what seems like the quickest decision ever, West Ham have had their appeal against Cheikhou Kouyate’s red card upheld and the player will now be available for the game against Arsenal at the weekend.
West Ham have lodged an appeal against the red card Cheikhou Kouyate picked up against Crystal Palace at the weekend meaning he could be available to face Arsenal.
The big story on Sunday was, no doubt, the allegations that some Arsenal players, along with Chelsea, Leicester City and Birmingham City ones, have been a little bit naughty when it comes to following the anti-doping regulations.