Arsenal's ambition in pushing for English Premier League title challenge this season continue as they face up against Stoke City on Saturday, March 1 at Britannia Stadium. Trailing by just a point behind current league leader, Chelsea, Gunners are very keen on targeting for three points on that tie as they don't wan't to lose step from their rival. With such a tight gap with other teams behind them, Arsene Wenger's men can't really afford to pick up any negative results this week.
However, overcoming Stoke won't be an easy task for Arsenal as they are known to be a tough side while playing in front of their home crowd. The host themselves are still struggling to move away from that relegation battle, that's why they will be pushing hard in search for maximum result, especially with the strong support from their loyal crowd.
The Gunners' title challenge face another hurdle as this weekend they suffered a disappointing away defeat against Stoke City at Britannia Stadium. Both sides were looking really eager in grabbing all three points triggering a tight battle which saw the first 45 minutes ended in goalless draw, after the break, it was Stoke that got things going as they snatched a goal thanks to Jonathan Walters spot kick on 76 minutes.