Arsenal stage dramatic comeback
Arsenal came from three goals down to secure a point away to ten man Bournemouth last night.
The home side were cruising midway through the second half thanks to goals from Charlie Daniels, Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser.
But the Gunners battled back, and took a share of the spoils thanks to efforts from Alexis Sanchez, Lucas Perez and Olivier Giroud.
Bournemouth were also reduced to ten men when Simon Francis was shown a straight red card.
Elsewhere Swansea City put their poor form behind them with a crucial 2-1 win away to Crystal Palace - Angel Rangel getting the late winner for the visitors.
And Stoke were 2-0 winners at home to strugglers Watford.
Tonight Chelsea will be looking to make history. A win for the Blues away to London rivals Tottenham will see them record 14 straight Premier League wins.
They'd be the first side to reach that number in a single top flight season, while victory would also send them eight points clear in first place.
Kick off at White Hart Lane is at 8pm
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