What the papers say: Arsenal look ahead to season defining week

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The SunSagna after a quick one-two
BACARY SAGNA insists Arsenal can fire a major warning to their rivals. All they need do is floor Partizan Belgrade and Manchester United in the next seven days.

The Daily MirrorSagna gearing up for season deciding week
Bacary Sagna last night claimed the next week will decide the destiny of Arsenal’s season. Arsenal face Partizan Belgrade on Wednesday still needing a victory to secure their place in the Champions League knock-out stages.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal forward Samir Nasri’s brilliance masks soft centre of Gunners defence in narrow in over Fulham
Arsenal are top of the Barclays Premier League. But they are still some way short of playing like champions-elect — Mark Hughes’s Fulham side came perilously close to inflicting their fourth home league defeat this season.

Arsene Wenger declared there was even more to come from Samir Nasri after the midfielder's two magical goals sent Arsenal top of the Barclays Premier League.

ARSENE WENGER is willing to gamble his way to glory this season – even if it gives him the jitters.

The Independent - We have the spirit for a title fight, claims Wenger
One of the hallmarks of potential champions is the ability to win games despite playing poorly. However, Arsenal's title credentials were not entirely enhanced by this narrow victory over Fulham that put them on top of the Premier League, after the postponement of Manchester United's game at Blackpool.

The Guardian - Samir Nasri evokes memories of Best but Arsenal defence is laid bare
Arsenal bolted from the sublime to the ridiculous and back on another helter-skelter afternoon that finished with them on top of the Premier League table for the first time since August.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger insists Arsenal will beat Partizan Belgrade to reach knockout phase
If Arsène Wenger is perturbed by the prospect of needing a victory against Partizan Belgrade on Wednesday night, so ensuring the Champions League progress that could define Arsenal’s season, he is determined to convince the doubters otherwise.

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