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The full-time whistle goes and Arsenal have clung on to beat Swansea 2-1 and open up a two-point lead at the top of the table with their eighth consecutive league win. Gnabry and Ramsey grabbed the crucial goals and the Swans were only able to pull one goal back through Davies.
Arteta is booked following a kick on Michu.
Wilshere is in no hurry to leave the field as Jenkinson comes on and valuable seconds are eaten up.
Monreal replaces Ozil for the closing stages as Wenger looks to shore things up and protect Arsenal's lead.
Canas joins his Swansea team-mate on a booking after a mistimed tackle on Ramsey.
Chico becomes the latest player to go into the book following a foul in midfield.
GOAL! Swansea reduce their arrears and it is a superb goal for Davies, who drifts in from the left and gives the ball to Bony. He keeps his run going and Bony's lofted return ball allows the full-back to provide a neat first-time finish past Szczesny.
De Guzman is shown a yellow card following a challenge on Wilshere in midfield.
Gnabry is given a generous round of applause as he makes way for Arteta for the closing stages.
GOAL! Arsenal have burst into life and it is Ramsey who continues his excellent run to make it 2-0. It is another wonderful move as Wilshere and Giroud link up beautifully before the Frenchman lays the ball off to Ramsey. The in-form Welshman steps inside his defender and coolly finds the top corner from 12 yards with a confident strike.
Laudrup throws on Bony in place of Shelvey in an effort to get back into the match.
Flamini becomes the first player into the book following a cynical foul in midfield.
GOAL! The first moment of genuine quality in the game results in the opening goal as Gnabry puts Arsenal 1-0 in front. A slick move from the Gunners ends with Ramsey picking up the ball from Giroud and playing in Gnabry with a fine pass, and the youngster provided a calm low finish into the bottom corner.
The half-time whistle goes and the score remains goalless following a disappointing opening 45 minutes. There has yet to be a meaningful shot on target and the one clear chance we have had was badly missed by Giroud on the stroke of the interval. Otherwise it has been a tale of hard work but little inspiration.
Nick says: 'I'm a Swans fan living/working in Moscow. I'm a bit worried, especially with Ash Williams and Angel Rangel missing and also Herndandez still out, but when we write-off the Swans chances, they defy the odds. I would like to have seen Bony up top and Michu in his preferred role, where he's happier and more effective, but I think we've strengthened the midfield to protect the defence a little more. I'd take a draw now....hope it's a good game too!'
Robert says: 'I'm going for a 2-1 Swansea win, Michu to haunt arsenal once more!'
Chris in Huddersfield has also been in touch, writing: 'I've been looking forward to this match all day; both of these teams play with a fast tempo, so if they both perform well, we should be in for a cracker. Obviously, because Arsenal are in the top four, they are going to be the firm favourites to grab all three points this evening. However, most of the time, Swansea make it difficult for any visiting team, so the Gunners will need to have a good start to this match and not allow the Swans to take an early lead, or they'll be treading on thin ice before we've even reached half-time.'
Daniel Cannon says: 'I'm predicting a win for Arsenal today...Ozil with an assist or two! The man who assisted the nurses at his own birth...'
Arsenal are 8/5 to come away with all three points and equal their club record of eight away league wins on the trot. The Swans are 7/4 and the draw 12/5. In-form striker Olivier Giroud is price boosted to 6/1 (from 9/2) to score the opening goal. Head over to Sky Bet for the full odds.
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