What the papers say: Fabianski takes Pole position for Chelsea game

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The Sun - I won’t blunder against Blues 
LUKASZ FABIANSKI says Arsenal are ready to go into battle with Chelsea - and start proving they can match the Premier League big boys.

The Daily Mirror - Gibbs heaps more praise on 'quality' Fabianski
Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs has joined manager Arsene Wenger in praising goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski following his heroics during the Champions League win over Partizan Belgrade.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal keeper Lukasz Fabianski ready for Chelsea showdown after his heroics help see off Partizan Belgrade
Lukasz Fabianski has insisted he is ready to put his new-found confidence to the test
at Chelsea. The Poland keeper’s superb late penalty stop saved Arsenal from a nervous finish
in their 3-1 defeat of Partizan Belgrade.

The Daily Express - FABIANSKI PLEA TO STAY IN
FABIANSKI has told Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger he is ready to face Chelsea on Sunday after his penalty-saving display against Partizan Belgrade.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL NO.1 MANUEL ALMUNIA’S BLOW GIFTS HERO LUKASZ FABIANSKI A SPOT PRIZE
HERO keeper Lukasz Fabianski looks certain to face Chelsea on Sunday with Arsenal rival Manuel Almunia’s injury worse than thought.

The Independent - Arsenal bouyant heading into Chelsea clash
The mood at Arsenal, funereal on Monday following the shock home defeat to West Bromwich Albion, was bouyant yesterday after the team returned from Serbia with three Champions League points and, just as important, confidence restored.

The Guardian - Lukasz Fabianski ready to unseat Manuel Almunia as Arsenal No1 keeper
Lukasz Fabianski is ready to challenge Manuel Almunia for the first-choice goalkeeping position at Arsenal and hopes to start against Chelsea on Sunday.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Lukasz Fabianski stakes his reputation on starting against Chelsea
Arsène Wenger remains undecided over which goalkeeper will play for Arsenal against Chelsea on Sunday, despite Lukasz Fabianski's declaration that he is ready to face the Premier League champions.

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