Five things that need to happen for Arsenal to win the title
Find a Plan B
For all the success Arsene Wenger has achieved with the Gunners, he has often been criticised for failing to evolve. ‘Wengerball’ is brilliant to watch when it works but when it doesn’t, it’s the most frustrating thing to endure.
Sides will continue coming to the Emirates Stadium with the intention of shutting up shop, just likes Middlesbrough did, and Arsenal’s potential success come May could well come down to whether they manage to break down this sort of opposition.
With burlier players in the squad like Olivier Giroud, Per Mertesacker and Francis Coquelin, the Gunners have the option to shake things up.