The Gunners currently trail Chelsea by one point at the top end of the table and with only four points separating the top four sides, it has become impossible to predict the winner.
The French manager believes that the eventual winner of the Premier league could be decided on the final day of the season.
According to the Express, he said:
It looks like the last game could be decisive.
Nobody knows. What is for sure, the most consistent team from now on will do it.
Everybody has big games, everybody has difficult games, the Premier League is difficult for everybody so let’s just focus on our performances.
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We’ve just come off of a little bit of a difficult run because we lost at Liverpool, we played a draw against Man United and we are still only one point behind Chelsea so overall that is a great encouragement.
Let’s go for the 11 games with a real desire to do well in every single game – then you have a good chance.
Arsenal have been in great form this season and are very much in contention for the League title, but will face a potential season defining month this March, as they face Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester City and Bayern Munich in the Champions League, not to mention Everton in the FA Cup.
Playing against two of the top three back to back will be a tough task, but Chelsea and Manchester City also have two fixtures against teams in the top four which makes the title race more interesting. All the teams in the top 4 have difficult fixtures but the problem for the Gunners is that they have those big games back to back.
Chelsea have the advantage, however consistency is going to be key. Arsene Wenger has done an amazing job in keeping us at touching distance to the top of the table, but I feel the success of the season will come down to how fresh we can keep the squad.
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