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Wenger backs Arsenal to win the title

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After beating Marseille 2-1 in the Champions League on Wednesday, Arsenal have extended their run of away wins to a club record 10, dating back to their 2-0 away win at Bayern Munich.

Because of their impressive run of results, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes that his side can carry their form to the end of the season and finish as Champions:

"I believe we have a chance to win the title," said Wenger

"My energy is focused on making sure we grab that chance."

Arsenal also have just one loss in all competitions since March 3rd - the North London derby defeat that kick-started their drive to the Champions League positions. After the match, Tottenham manager said that the result could put Arsenal in a 'negative spiral that is hard to recover from.' Since then, the Gunners have embarked on a record unbeaten streak away from the Emirates.

Speaking ahead of this weekend's clash against Stoke City, Arsene Wenger has commented on the physical style of Stoke City - something Potters manager Mark Hughes has been trying to move away from:

"They are a good side.

"What we have learnt in the last two years is that every single game against them is a battle."

Arsenal face Stoke City at the Emirates on Sunday, before a Capital One Cup clash against West Brom. Arsene Wenger is expected to rotate his team ahead of the clash at The Hawthorns.

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