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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Tottenham 22 1 11 67
4 Arsenal 20 6 7 66
5 Chelsea 20 6 8 66
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Arsenal learning knockout football lessons from Europa League master Emery

NAPLES, Italy -- The final hour of this tie was played out amid what, by this arena's standards, was near silence. As the last 20 minutes drew in, the population of Stadio San Paolo's famous "Curvas" thinned out to a fraction of their capacity.

Think about what those two sentences mean. They mean that Arsenal came to one of the most feared venues in Europe, faced down a Napoli side that had been strongly tipped to overturn a two-goal deficit, and killed this quarterfinal stone dead against all expectation....

Emery unsure if muscular injury concludes Ramsey's time with Arsenal

La Liga correspondent Sid Lowe joins the panel to talk what kind of side Arsenal will be facing in Valencia in the Europa League semifinal.

Arsenal manager Unai Emery said Aaron Ramsey may be out for "some weeks" after he suffered an apparent hamstring injury in Thursday's Europa League quarterfinal win over Napoli.

The timeframe could mean the Wales international, who is bound for Juventus in the summer, has played his last match in a Gunners jersey.

"It is a muscular injury. Normally it will be some weeks out for him," Emery told BT Sport after Arsenal's 1-0 victory at Napoli.

Ramsey exited the match in the 34th minute, shortly before...

Arsenal beat Napoli to book second straight Europa League semifinal

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La Liga correspondent Sid Lowe joins the panel to talk what kind of side Arsenal will be facing in Valencia in the Europa League semifinal.

A magnificent Alexandre Lacazette free kick sent Arsenal into the Europa League semifinals with a comfortable 1-0 win away to a toothless Napoli on Thursday, ending Serie A's interest in European competition this season.

The Frenchman struck in the 36th minute to earn Arsenal a tie against Valencia, just as Napoli, trailing 2-0 from the first leg, were threatening to take control of the game.

Carlo Ancelotti's team lost their way after that and, although the hosts had 67 percent of possession, Arsenal...