Arsenal's title charge sees them travel to West London to face Fulham this weekend
The Gunners enter this game shouldering the burden of pressure having seen title rivals Manchester City pick up three points at Crystal Palace on Saturday, but they can take plenty of confidence from the fact they've won their last four Premier League games on the bounce.
They've also been impressive away from home in the league having won four of their last five league games on the road.
Fulham, by contrast, are in the midst of a solid but unremarkable run of form having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five league games and are coming off the back of a deserved 3-2 loss at Brentford.
While The Cottagers are an excellent side, they're missing arguably one of their two most important players in Joao Palhinha who's unavailable through suspension. The absence of the Portuguese is always notable and makes Fulham a drastically less intimidating proposition.
We do, then, fancy Arsenal to get this done in a competitive but ultimately professional victory.