Arsene Wenger’s record against Jose Mourinho as manager of Chelsea is extremely poor – the Arsenal boss has never beaten the Portuguese coach – but here’s a look at why that could finally change when the two sides meet at the Emirates Stadium this weekend…
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1) Chelsea have been lucky lately
Chelsea were fortunate to win at Queens Park Rangers and at home against Manchester United, both by 1-0 scorelines after one moment of attacking brilliance got them out of jail. It’s hard to imagine even a strong defensive Mourinho side can keep that going against better teams, and there are few better than Arsenal at the moment after a fantastic start to 2015.