Arsenal will host Chelsea this Sunday at 4 pm in what can be considered the decisive game of this season in the Premier League. Chelsea leads the Barclays Premier League with 76 points, Arsenal is 2nd with 66 points, and both teams have played the same number of games, 32 in total. The games between the Blues and the Gunners are always at a high tension level as demonstrated by the two team managers, Arsène Wenger and José Mourinho. It's well known by the general public that they don't like each other very much.

The pressure of the game is mostly on Arsenal's side.

On one hand, the team managed by Wenger has a little bit of hope in reaching the top of the table but on the other hand, they have to keep looking back because their two Manchester rivals, United and City, are still very close. Trying to secure a place that gives direct access to the Champions League of 2015/2016 is of extreme importance to the Gunners squad. The victory in this game is the only result that matters.

On Chelsea's side, a victory or a draw virtually guarantees the title to José Mourinho's team. If the Blues ensure the advantage of 10 points, they will need only to win two of the five games remaining until the end of the season. In the event of an increase to ta 13 point lead, Chelsea could celebrate the title next Wednesday if they manage to win in Leicester.

Regardless of the outcome of the game against Arsenal, Chelsea hopes to win the title at the latest by the first weekend of May.

The morale of the two teams is truly high. Arsenal guaranteed the F.A. Cup final last Saturday after a win over Reading by 2-1 after extra time while Chelsea defeated Manchester United 1-0, a test of fire well surpassed by the Blues squad and that has left the Red Devils out of the fight for the title this year.

Regarding the last ten matches between these two teams in the Emirates, counting only Premier League games, Chelsea has won four games (one of them with a 4-1 win) and Arsenal only two games. The other four games ended with a tie.