Manager history

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Manuel Pellegrini22 May, 2018Present
David Moyes07 Nov, 201716 May, 2018
Slaven Bilic09 Jun, 201506 Nov, 2017
Sam Allardyce01 Jun, 201125 May, 2015
Kevin Keen16 May, 201101 Jun, 2011
Avram Grant03 Jun, 201016 May, 2011
Gianfranco Zola15 Sep, 200811 May, 2010
Kevin Keen03 Sep, 200815 Sep, 2008
Alan Curbishley13 Dec, 200603 Sep, 2008
Kevin Keen11 Dec, 200613 Dec, 2006
Alan Pardew20 Oct, 200311 Dec, 2006
Trevor Brooking24 Aug, 200320 Oct, 2003
Glenn Roeder01 Jul, 200324 Aug, 2003
Trevor Brooking24 Apr, 200312 May, 2003
Glenn Roeder09 May, 200124 Apr, 2003
Harry Redknapp10 Aug, 199409 May, 2001
Billy Bonds23 Feb, 199010 Aug, 1994
Lou Macari03 Jul, 198918 Feb, 1990
John Lyall16 Aug, 197405 Jun, 1989
Ron Greenwood01 Apr, 196116 Aug, 1974
Ted Fenton01 Aug, 195031 Mar, 1961
Charlie Paynter01 Nov, 193201 Aug, 1950
Syd King01 Apr, 190201 Nov, 1932
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Match in Focus

17:30 TODAY BT1

Arsenal v Chelsea

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Both teams have scored in 13 of Arsenal’s last 15 Premier League encounters
Expert verdict
Arsenal and Chelsea played out a five-goal thriller at Stamford Bridge in August and the top four-chasing rivals should put on another entertaining show at the Emirates. The Blues, six points better off, edged the Gunners in August and are slight favourites to follow up but their hosts have not lost a league game at the Emirates since a 2-0 defeat to champions Manchester City in their curtain-raiser. A wager on a high-scoring draw could be the value.