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Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal

BBC News Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
Chelsea 0-0 ArsenalDavid Luiz is sent off late on for Chelsea as Arsenal earn a deserved point against the Premier League champions at Stamford Bridge.
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Match preview ahead of the Premier League clash between Chelsea and Arsenal.

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