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Chelsea VS Arsenal – Team News,Key Clash,Probable Line-Up



Chelsea VS Arsenal – Team News,Key Clash,Probable Line-Up

Chelsea VS Arsenal – Preview

Date – 4 February,2017

Stadium – Stamford Bridge

Time – 18:00 HRS IST

Referee – Martin Atkinson

Arsenal Visit The Stamford Bridge as They Step into the Lions Den When they face Antonio Conte and His Chelsea.The Blues will be Looking To Bag Three Points which will Generally End Premier League Title Race this season Taking Chelsea Ahead on a Huge-Margin At The Top of The Premier League Ladder.

On the Previous Meet in Reverse Fixture of This Season The Gunners defeated Chelsea by a Margin of Three Goals and A Clean Sheet,and Antonio Conte will be looking To Get his Revenge of the Humiliation At The Emirates.

Arsene Wenger will be looking for his side to Come back hard after Home Defeat to Watford In the Mid-Week as Chelsea comes into the fixture after 1-1 Draw against Liverpool.



Arsenal lost Aaron Ramsey with Calf Injury he picked up against Watford and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain remains Doubtful for The Fixture with A Knee Injury.Granit Xhaka remains Suspended and Santi Cazorla still on Side Lines.Mohamed Elneny will be with His country who will Represent Egypt as They are only one step from winning AFCON.

Chelsea’s Charly Musonda Jr will miss the clash with Arsenal due to knee problems.



Diego Costa VS Alexis Sanchez

Both the Strikers are competing For The Golden Boot of Premier League this season And have been the Driving force of the Whole Squad.But Today,It Comes to Look That Who Comes on the Top of The Other and Makes their Mark.Costa has netted fifteen goals and provided five assists in twenty-one games making him tied as top goalscorer of The English Top League.Where as Alexis Sanchez has scored fifteen goals and eight assists in twenty-three appearances For The North Londoners.



Courtois, Cahill, Luiz, Azpilicueta, Alonso, Matic, Kante, Ake, Hazard, Pedro, Costa


Cech, Monreal, Koscielny, Mustafi, Bellerin, Coquelin, Maitland-Niles, Walcott, Ozil, Giroud, Sanchez

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