Finishing the 2013 year at the top of English Premier League standings, Arsenal are keen on starting 2014 with similar condition as this Wednesday they are facing up against Cardiff City at Emirates Stadium. Still receiving several doubts from many experts, Gunners will be looking forward to showcase their ability in keeping their top spot and grabbing all three points over their visitor is definitely something that can help Arsene Wenger's men ambition.
Cardiff themselves haven't been picking up consistent result in recent matches, as they're currently struggling to keep themselves away from relegation trouble by the end of this current season. The away side acknowledge that it will be a tough contest at Emirates, but they won't be giving things up easily against Gunners as the Welsh outfit do have several positive results against big teams so far this season.
Gunners still keeping their top place seat in current Premier League standings after grabbing 2-0 win over Cardiff on that midweek battle with goals arriving late in the match, starting with Nicklas Bendtner's close range strike on 88 minutes, followed with a lovely chip goal from Theo Walcott's effort in stoppage time.