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Head to Head
Premier League (EPL) 30 Nov 2013 Cardiff 0 – Arsenal FC 3
FA Cup (FA) 16 Feb 2009 Arsenal FC 4 – Cardiff 0
FA Cup (FA) 25 Jan 2009 Cardiff 0 – Arsenal FC 0
29 Dec 2013 Newcastle United 0 – Arsenal FC 1 EPL
26 Dec 2013 West Ham 1 – Arsenal FC 3 EPL
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23 Dec 2013 Arsenal FC 0 – Chelsea FC 0 EPL
14 Dec 2013 Manchester City 6 – Arsenal FC 3 EPL
11 Dec 2013 Napoli 2 – Arsenal FC 0 UCL
28 Dec 2013 Cardiff 2 – Sunderland 2 EPL
26 Dec 2013 Cardiff 0 – Southampton 3 EPL
21 Dec 2013 Liverpool 3 – Cardiff 1 EPL
14 Dec 2013 Cardiff 1 – West Bromwich Albion 0 EPL
7 Dec 2013 Crystal Palace 2 – Cardiff 0 EPL
Arsenal are unbeaten in the last 12 matches in all competitions against Cardiff City, winning seven and drawing five.
Cardiff are unbeaten in three league trips to Arsenal (W1 D2), though the most recent of these came back in 1962.
Arsenal have only scored 16 times in nine Premier League home games this season.
Only Everton have conceded as few goals as Arsenal (18) this season in the top-flight.
Only 18 different players have started a Premier League game for Cardiff this season, fewer than at any other Premier League club.
Arsenal have the best shooting accuracy (54.5%) and Cardiff the worst (35.7%) in the Premier League this season.
Cardiff have fashioned more attempts from indirect free-kick moves than any other side this season (20 – almost three times as many as Arsenal (7))
Arsenal’s substitutes have provided four assists this season, more than any other team.
The Gunners have conceded fewer fouls than any other Premier League team this season (184) but seven clubs have received fewer yellow cards.
Of the seven players to have picked up a league-high six yellow cards in the Premier League this season, Mathieu Flamini has committed the fewest fouls (13).
Arsenal 3 v 0 Cardiff
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Note: Stats from Opta