Date: 7th April 2016 at 4:28pm
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Arsenal have now won two games in a row following a quite nightmareish (is that a word?) March keeping two clean sheets and scoring six goals, and because of this Arsene Wenger will not change his team unless injury forces his hand.

The old adage of “don`t fix what isn`t broken” instantly springs to mind as the Frenchman says a stable, confident team will be of benefit as the Gunners look to win all their remaining games to hold on to their slim chance of winning the league.

Wenger says the tricky game at West Ham on Saturday will see his side unchanged as we look to claw back some points over Leicester and Spurs and keep the chasing pack at bay.

‘I`m always reluctant to change what works, [It is] down to the confidence gained from our last two games. Team play has improved in those games and our game is based on mobility, speed and technique. We have found a good balance in our game.

“We know that we need nearly the perfect run and we know as well that we don`t look only in front of us, we look behind us as well. We are chased by a group of teams who can make it very difficult for us so we have just to focus on our performance and hope we finish [the season] in a very strong way.

“As long as it`s mathematically possible, there`s a strong possibility [Arsenal can catch Leicester]. You look at the difficulty of the Premier League and they have been very consistent but every game is very, very tight. That can go the other way.”

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