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Emery bullish on Arsenal's Champions League chances

Unai Emery accepts Champions League qualification is "difficult" for Arsenal but hailed a 2-1 win at Huddersfield Town as getting his side on the right track. Saturday's victory was Arsenal's first away from home in the Premier League since November, although Sead Kolasinac's late own goal stopped them recording a first clean sheet on the road in the top flight since Emery took charge. A single point separates Manchester United in fourth and Arsenal in sixth, although fifth-placed Chelsea will go back into the top four if they avoid defeat away to Manchester City on Sunday. And while Emery accepts his side face a challenge to leapfrog both United and Chelsea, with nearly a third...
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