Arsenal’s season is slipping into familiar territory.
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Chelsea dropped points for only the second time in 17 matches in Tuesday's 1-1 draw at Liverpool, but Arsenal could not take advantage as they crashed to a 2-1 home defeat by Watford. It means the gap between the teams remains nine points, and should Arsenal fall to defeat again at Stamford Bridge, it is likely to spell yet another premature end to a title challenge.The defeat by Watford, who scored twice in the opening 13 minutes, was Arsenal's fourth of the campaign, and curbed a resurgence that had seen them take 13 points from a possible 15 .The win left Arsenal third, five places above their London rivals, and came amid a run of six straight wins that would culminate in Wenger's men drawing level on points with leaders Manchester City.
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