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Fabregas fully focused on Wolves clash
Published : 06 Nov 2009 14:05:00
Cesc Fabregas knows Arsenal must be "up for it" to keep their Barclays Premier League title challenge on track when they travel to Wolves. Arsene Wenger's men have the opportunity to put some pressure on leaders Chelsea and Manchester United, who clash at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, with what would be a sixth win from seven league games. Indeed were Arsenal - now unbeaten in 12 matches in all competitions - to pick up another three points, it would move them, temporarily at least, above United on goal difference and within two points of Chelsea, who travel to Emirates Stadium at the end of November. However, Gunners captain Fabregas knows unless the team are completely focused, they will face a real battle to get any sort of positive result at Molineux. "We will have to be at our best as usual because today there are no small teams in the Premier League, everyone makes it difficult if you are not up for it, so we will have to be motivated to beat them," said Fabregas. "It is noticeable that the 'big four' teams have lost a number of matches so far between them. In my opinion, that is better for the league because it means other teams are improving. Everyone is striving to be better and that is making it difficult for the top teams."