Arsenal shock helped Antonio Conte understand his Chelsea squad

The Cologne fans clashed with stewards and police at the Emirates

The Cologne fans clashed with stewards and police at the EmiratesROBIN JONES REX

The visiting fans were celebrating when their team took an early lead through Jhon Cordoba's 40-yard strike and maintained it until half-time, but substitute Sead Kolasinac's volley, Alexis Sanchez's superb curler and Bellerin's 82nd-minute goal saw Arsenal to a 3-1 win.

Coverage of Chelsea v Arsenal begins at 12:30pm on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event, followed by Manchester United v Everton.

Conte was at pains to point out both Arsenal's wins came with Chelsea reduced to 10 men.

"They scored the first goal in them games". We know that we have analysed that well and we know that what we missed there and it's important that we correct it.

European football chiefs charged Arsenal and Cologne yesterday after vast numbers of away fans gained access to the home sections of Emirates Stadium, sparking chaotic scenes that marred the Europa League clash.

"By not being too obsessed by our opponent and not to forget to play our football". The defending champions, Chelsea, will be very confident heading into this tie as they have shown wonderful recovery abilities.

With Per Mertesacker retiring at the end of the season, having only played four games in the past year and major question marks remaining over Rob Holding and Calum Chambers, Arsenal's defence has become a target for significant criticism, having not been strengthened to the degree many believe it needed to be, this summer. "If you see their squad you can understand that - they have a lot of top players".

Five arrests were made over the course of the evening and Arsenal issued a statement on Friday insisting the safety of supporters was the main concern at the time as the Premier League club "launched a full review" of the events.

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"When we talk about it, we will be unlucky". "I hope to solve the situation", he said, "otherwise it will be a problem for me".

Despite Arsenal's poor start, Conte still views them as title contenders.

"Anything can happen and for this reason we must pay great attention".

Key to Arsenal's success tomorrow (and going forward) will be the ability of Granit Xhaka and Aaron Ramsey to control the pace of the game.

However, Conte - who comes up against Arsenal again on Sunday, almost a year on from that fateful trip to Emirates Stadium - used the setback to implement a change that proved to be the turning point in the club's fortunes.

At least 22 people were injured after a bomb exploded on a packed London Underground train during the morning rush hour in what police are treating as a "terrorist incident".

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