What the papers say: Arsenal must beat Chelsea to stay in title race

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The Sun - It’s win or bust for Fabregas
CESC FABREGAS admits Arsenal's title dream could be over in less than a week.

The Daily Mirror - Are Arsenal actually moving forward? Sunday's defeat by Man United would suggest not
Now we know, now it is clear. The last two months have not been about Arsenal rising from the depths of despair to become realistic title challengers.

The Daily Mail - It's win or bust against Chelsea, insists Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas
Cesc Fabregas says Arsenal must beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to keep their title hopes alive.

The Daily Star - FABREGAS: ARSENAL'S HOPES REST ON CHELSEA MATCH
CESC Fabregas claims Arsenal can kiss the title goodbye – unless they win at Chelsea on Sunday.

The Times - Carlo Ancelotti wants Arsenal out of title race
Carlo Ancelotti believes that Chelsea can turn the Barclays Premier League into a two-horse race between his team and Manchester United by beating Hull City this evening.

The Independent - Fabregas: Arsenal must beat Chelsea to stay in title race
Cesc Fabregas could even manage a joke at his own expense when he was asked what it was like to be 3-0 down at home to Manchester United with more than 30 minutes to play, but he admitted that if Arsenal are to stay in the title race they must beat Chelsea next weekend.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas says Arsenal 'must' beat Chelsea to stay in Premier League title race
Should Chelsea win at Hull City on Tuesday night, Arsenal will go into Sunday's game eight points adrift of the league leaders following a demoralising defeat at the hands of Manchester United.

The Guardian - Arsenal can put title race on track by beating Chelsea
Arsenal have been here before, though life never feels any easier when reality bites. Manchester United had followed Chelsea's lead by rampaging to a comfortable victory at the Emirates on Sunday leaving Arsène Wenger dumbfounded and his players utterly deflated.

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