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Arsene Wenger has the chance to ram Jose Mourinho's words down his throat Saturday when his Arsenal side travel to Stamford Bridge looking to snatch control of the Premier League title race.Chelsea appeared to have taken a vicelike grip in the title race until last weekend's controversial 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa and wins for chasers Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City squeezed things up at the top of the table.Mourinho's side still have a four-point lead over Arsenal and Liverpool, although they both have a game more to play, while fourth-placed City are six points back with three games in hand on Chelsea. Wenger had sparked the exchange when he questioned Mourinho's motives for saying his Chelsea side were "a little horse" in the title race with Manchester City a "jaguar".With the top four looking locked down, the teams below them such as Everton, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are vying for the fifth and sixth places that would mean Europa League commitments next season.
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