By Richard Clarke

Arsenal may not exploit Chelsea's perceived weakness on set-pieces this weekend, according to Arsène Wenger.

Avram Grant's side conceded four times in their see-saw draw at White Hart Lane in midweek. Chelsea looked a little nervous on set-pieces and two of Tottenham's goals came in the air.

However the Arsenal manager will not necessarily look to take that route when they go to Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

"Yes, Chelsea are less tall than they were before and Tottenham took advantage of that," he said. "We want to score differently because that's not our strong point, but Tottenham are quite good in the air. They have Ledley King, Jonathan Woodgate, Berbatov, even Chimbonda and they took advantage."


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Richard Clarke 20 Mar 2008