Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told his side that they will have to fight and get all three points in their Super Sunday clash against Manchester United if they are to viewed as serious title contenders this season.
Going into the crucial clash, Arsenal are sixth on the log but the North London side can go level with second-placed Red Devils with a victory at home which Wenger feels it is within reach especially if his players play to their full strength.
“We have a big game at home [against United] and the advantage is to win the big game at home,” the 65-year-old is quoted as saying by Sky Sports News.
“It is the first maybe massive game for the top of the table. Without the home form, you don’t win the championship, that is for sure.”
Arsenal have not won a league title since 2004, and Wenger posits that their home form in games like the one against United on Sunday will go some way to determining whether they can end that drought this time around.