Arsene Wenger has had plenty to think about since his Arsenal side were taught a lesson by a dominant Chelsea side on Saturday.
The Frenchman marked his 1000th game in charge in the worst way possible, watching his side succumb to a 6-0 defeat against the Blues. To rub salt in the wound, he even had a player sent off. Not the right one, mind.
There's been plenty of criticism levelled at Arsenal and Wenger - some of which they'll get to answer tonight against Swansea. But until they're able to win the title again they'll be stuck with the label 'flat-track bullies'.
The Gunners are known for their intricate play and scoring great goals as they've demonstrated this season - but can they really cut the mustard against the big boys?
Well we're here to look at their record against the other top six teams to see if that really is the case, and see which team saved their very best for the biggest games.