Petr Cech believes Arsenal may have found a cure for their away-day blues, and the goalkeeper has urged his team-mates to find the consistency required to challenge for the Premier League title.

The Gunners picked up only their second League win on the road this season on Sunday with a 1-0 victory at Burnley, secured courtesy of Alexis Sanchez’s controversial stoppage-time penalty.

Referee Lee Mason ruled that James Tarkowski had shoved Aaron Ramsey, to afford Sanchez the chance to score from the spot and edge a hard-fought game in bitterly cold conditions at Turf Moor.

Arsene Wenger’s side were under the cosh early on as Burnley, who had conceded just two goals at home in the League all season, started brightly. But Arsenal  grew into the game after half-time and found a way to win at the death.

The result moved Arsenal into the top four and Cech told Standard Sport: “We said that we wanted to carry on after the big win at home against Tottenham and we needed to back it up. Apart from the Everton win away, and a good [0-0] result at Chelsea, we haven’t been getting…

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