John Terry has been stealing the headlines all week but by the time the Sunday morning papers are printed we are sure to see either Robin Van Persie or Fernando Torres back in the limelight, with the big London derby on Saturday afternoon.
There is no doubting that there will plenty of battles going on at Stamford Bridge on Saturday lunch time, and with both teams desperate for three points, this is a game that is set up nicely. But if you are looking for Sports betting offers we think it will be the strikers from both teams who will have the final say in who wins the game.
Robin Van Persie is the most in-form striker in the Premier League right now. He has been sensational in the last couple of games and his goal scoring record speaks for itself! This calendar year he has scored 25 of Arsenal’s 48 Premier League goals, which is just incredible and he is tipped to add to this tally with most Sports betting promotions.
While Arsenal were struggling at the start of the season RVP was the only Arsenal player that gave the club and the fans hope that their fortunes would turn around. And thanks to the Dutchman, it looks like Arsenal are getting back on track. He has been tearing the defences to shreds and seems to have taken his leading role in the team in his stride! He is almost carrying the whole club.
Aside from his influence, he is a joy to watch. Like all left footed player’s he is very easy on the eye, with sublime balance, skill and technique. He doesn’t have the tenaciousness or low centre of gravity as the likes of Suarez or a Tevez but he has elegance, and that elegance is deadly to defenders.
Fernando Torres isn’t quite in the same form as RVP and in all honesty he doesn’t have the elegance that the Arsenal man possesses but make no mistakes about it, Fernando Torres is getting back to his best!
Thanks to Drogba’s sending off last weekend he should be back in the team, hoping to carry on where he left off before his 3-match ban he will be backed by the Stamford Bridge fans! He is back in the goals and when he is in full flow, there is no better finisher in world football.