Arsenal have unfinished business in League Cup: Arsene Wenger

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He said:"We have some time to prepare for the final but we are happy to take our fans to Wembley".

Chelsea's chances of defending their Premier League title are extremely slim, and they also face a major hurdle in the Champions League as they must beat Barcelona if they want to progress further.

"They made us work for it, I felt that in the first half there were psychological and tactical reasons for us not expressing the quality of our game", Gunners manager Arsene Wenger told the team website.

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Chelsea were put to advantage by Eden Hazard early in the game but the Blues went on to concede the lead and eventually saw the game slip off their hands. The Belgian ran onto a defence-splitting pass from Pedro on seven minutes and calmly rolled the ball under the advancing David Ospina.

Antonio Rudiger's own goal and deflection to set up the victor certainly helped, but it was no less than Arsenal deserved.

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Chelsea, third in the Premier League and undefeated in 12 matches in all competitions, only managed one more shot on target and Arsenal equalised within five minutes as Nacho Monreal's header bounced off Marcos Alonso, then Rudiger and into the net.

His comments were taken as a dig at Tottenham and Liverpool, who together have lifted only two trophies since 2008. The team has also seen Alexis Sanchez sign for Manchester United. We don't have many players to make substitutions. We know what we have to do. "We have to keep pushing so the next few weeks we have very important games and we need everybody 120 per cent".

Willian was quick to compare Sanchez with Hazard calling him a "great" player to lose.

"Now we are back with more clarity, we know what we have to do and we can focus on our game and so we had hard months, but we responded well".

Conte has registered just one win in eight games against Wenger and Chelsea lacked ideas in the final third during Wednesday's defeat at the Emirates Stadium.

According to Matt Law of the Telegraph, he said: "I think the club decide our transfer market".