At the beginning of the season, Arsenal vs Chelsea would've been pegged as a potentially-decisive game in the race for Champions League qualification. Instead, on Tuesday, the mid-table Blues will be looking to snap an eight-game winless run to move back ahead of Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace into 11th. Arsenal, in stark contrast, are aiming to keep their Premier League title hopes alive with a victory.
Going into the game, these London rivals are separated by an astounding 36 points, a consequence of their contrasting decision making on and off the pitch over the past 12 months.
Chelsea have now slumped to their lowest point since Roman Abramovich's takeover propelled them into the European football elite in 2003.
Arsenal have experienced similar lows in the not-so-distant past though, and their resurgence this season provides hope for Blues supporters who are struggling to envisage the club ever replicating their former glories.
During a time of pensive reflection at Stamford Bridge, GOAL asks what Chelsea can learn from their neighbours' success...
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