Two engrossing games, one a 0-3 drubbing of Manchester United by Everton, then a nil-nil draw at the Emirates between Arsenal and Chelsea on Sunday. After United's clueless performance at Goodison Park, all Mourinho need to tell his Chelsa players was to stay-put, on park. They did, and Arsenal rued their chances in a match which had its share of contentious decisions. John Terry led the celebrations on the field as Mourinho quietly whisked away his body through the Arsenal tunnel. Some football.
Chelsea may be two wins away from regaining the Premier League title, but manager Jose Mourinho insists he is taking nothing for granted -- including his unblemished record against Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is ready to put an end to his winless run against Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho when the Premier League leaders visit the Emirates Stadium on Sunday in a top-of-the-table clash.
Holders Arsenal are unlikely to start slowly against Championship side Reading in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Saturday having learned the lessons from a year ago at the same stage against Wigan Athletic.
With Chelsea needing just four wins from seven games to snatch the Premier League honours from Manchester, the onus will be on both Arsenal and United to finish second. Right now only a point separates the two sides and they sit with a four-point cushion over fourth placed Manchester City.