Both Arsenal and Chelsea have not enjoyed the best of seasons though Chelsea currently sit in fourth place with 32 points while their hosts on Sunday, Arsenal, languish in 11th place with 24 points.
One ambition from new Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, will be to cut the gap between both teams, which is just the eight points and seven places.
With another 19 matches left in the season in the 2019/20 the mid-table cluster in the English Premier League season gives any ambitious team sitting between fourth and 13th place hope of finishing in the UEFA places.
The Gunners have not been firing at the Emirates, salvaging a meagre13 points from a possible 27 while Chelsea have been better away from Stamford Bridge, racking up 18 points from a possible 27.
Will this form be the norm on Sunday…