Arsenal's manager Arsene Wenger takes to the touchline before his team's English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Arsenal at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, England, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016. (AP Photo/Jon Super)
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As the current Premier League leaders, Arsenal will travel to Stoke – where they have won just once in the league in the last 25 years – for Saturday's match in good spirits, with Wenger ready to risk some more harsh words if the result goes against the Gunners.Asked Friday if Arsenal would again travel by train, Wenger replied: "Yes.However, Wenger was concerned that matters could get out of hand, having seen recently some unpleasant scenes in France when fans confronted players and clubs over disappointing results.
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