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10 February 2018, 02:09 | Ken Black
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It will be 14 years since the Gunners were champions of England in May, with their last title coming after the "Unbeatables" season, however Elneny has stressed his teammates still believe the league title is within reach.
City, on the other hand, look to have a relative cruise to the Premier League crown as they've pushed the chasing pack out of arm's reach.
"But we know that the Premier League is very hard, we have already lost a few games this year and we have three months ahead of us".
One player who has been a constant for the past 5.5 years has been Eden Hazard.
This time a year ago, Chelsea would have been the favourites going into a game with Pep Guardiola's side.
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But despite their current predicament, Elneny reckons Arsenal are still competing for the title even though league leaders Manchester City being 24 points ahead with just 12 games to go.
"We changed a couple of things, we lost players, we bought some new ones and every year is different", Hazard told ESPN FC, with the Blues having replaced Diego Costa and Nemanja Matic with Alvaro Morata and Tiemoue Bakayoko.
"That's why we love football. I'm pretty sure we can beat them if we play together. Every week there are three games". That's why football is special.
A home tie against Hull City in the FA Cup fifth round is followed by the visit of Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie on 20 February, before trips to both Manchester United and City in the league and then the return Champions League leg at the Camp Nou on 14 March.
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