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Premier League Champions League race: Will Man United, Chelsea or Arsenal qualify?

The race for Champions League qualification has never been more intense in the Premier League, with as many as eight clubs eyeing fourth position behind the top three of Liverpool, Manchester City and Leicester. If City fail in their bid to overturn UEFA's two-year ban from the Champions League when they lodge an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport, fifth position could yet secure a place in next season's competition. But as it stands, only seven points separate Chelsea in fourth… …

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Arsenal’s lucky escape from Burnley shows just how big a job Arteta has to fix what’s broken

BURNLEY, England — To build a great football team, or even just a decent one, you need some luck. And if the amount of luck eventually correlates to the quality of your team, then you could say that Arsenal, going by their 0-0 draw against Burnley on Sunday, will be the best team in the world before too long. Quite how they escaped from this one with a point is a mystery that could potentially make for an in-depth, 12-part Netflix documentary, the sort that people say you should watch (and… …

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Arsenal held to fourth successive draw as winless Premier League run continues

Burnley Arsenal 0 0 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » Highlights GameCast Lineups and Stats Jay Rodriguez came closest to breaking the deadlock.
Arsenal toiled to a goalless draw at Burnley as Mikel Arteta's side were held for the fourth consecutive game in the Premier League.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang returned from suspension to bolster Arsenal and started alongside Alexandre Lacazette, Gabriel Martinelli and Mesut Ozil in a strong Gunners' frontline.
But they couldn't break down Sean Dyche's organised Burnley team and it was the hosts who had the best chance of the game when Jay Rodriguez hit the underside of…