Cardiff: Arsene Wenger believes the goal-threat posed by in-form midfielders Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere will be key to Arsenal's prospects of winning the Premier League. Wenger's league leaders will travel to Cardiff on Saturday on the back of an impressive Champions League victory over Marseille that was secured by two Wilshere goals.
That took the England international's season tally to four, but his midfield partner Ramsey has been in even more prolific form, netting 11 times this term. Wilshere's opening goal against Marseille was especially eye-catching and Gunners boss Wenger said: "I must say I was even surprised by the way he took that goal. That shows his belief that his finishing has gone up a lot.