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 Arsenal and Chelsea: The best of enemies

Although not considered to be each other's main rivals, there has always been needle between Arsenal and Chelsea that dates back to before World War II.

The rivalry has intensified during the Premier League era, particularly with both sides regularly challenging towards the top of the table.

Saturday's meeting at the Emirates Stadium could be a feisty affair and many fans will be eager to use promo codes for 2019 to wager on the game.

Read on as we look at some of the most memorable matches between the two sides this century.

Three sent-off in bitter end to cup final
Arsene Wenger admitted he was unhappy with the way his side lost their cool during the closing stages of their 2-1 Carling Cup final defeat by Chelsea in 2007.

Three players were sent-off as the game ended in a mass brawl. Chelsea's Mikel Jon Obi and Arsenal's stand-in skipper Kolo Toure were first to go after clashing, while Emmanuel Adebayor was also dismissed for getting involved in the fracas.

Wenger and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho both left the dug-out to try to restore calm among their players, although they didn't cross swords with each other on this occasion.

van Persie runs riot at Stamford Bridge
Robin van Persie's hat-trick inspired Arsenal against Chelsea as they recorded a remarkable 5-3 win at Stamford Bridge in 2011.

The striker demonstrated his importance to the Gunners by taking his tally to an outstanding 28 goals in 27 Premier League games.

The result came at the end of a week where Chelsea and England captain John Terry had been accused of racially abuse against QPR's Anton Ferdinand - claims he strongly denied.

1,000 game milestone one to forget for Wenger
Arsene Wenger's 1,000th game in charge of Arsenal in 2014 turned out to be a disaster for the Frenchman as his 10-man team were crushed 6-0 by Chelsea.

Arsenal were two behind after just seven minutes, with Samuel Eto'o and Andre Schurrle benefiting from clinical Chelsea counter-attacking.

Oscar (2), Eden Hazard and Mohamed Salah added further goals, while the Gunners' misery was compounded when Kieran Gibbs was mistakenly dismissed following Oxlade-Chamberlain's handball.

Wenger finally loses it with Mourinho
There was no love lost between Wenger and Mourinho, and the bitterness finally boiled over during Chelsea's 2-0 victory over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in 2014. The old adversaries squared up in an ugly first-half moment when Wenger shoved Mourinho in the chest in Chelsea's technical area after Gary Cahill's challenge on Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. Goals by Hazard and Diego Costa extended Wenger's winless streak against Mourinho to 12 games - a record that had undoubtedly rattled the Frenchman.

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