Monday, 30 January 2017

Arsenal won’t beat Chelsea says Ray Wilkins

Premier League Daily panellist, Ray Wilkins, expects Chelsea to beat Arsenal in their crucial game on Saturday, as reported by Empyrean Sports.

With 22 games player in the Premier League, Ray Wilkins cerebrates Chelsea’s eight-point gap over Arsenal is an extravagant amount of for the Gunners to victual up. The ex-Chelsea man believes the Blues are too multifarious in their play for the Gunners to beat them. Chelsea additionally have the integrated benefit of not having to play European football, thus constraining the game time and likelihood of injuries, something Arsenal have been culpable of over the last few years, another reason Wilkins cerebrate Arsenal won’t have enough to surmount Chelsea in the long run.
“I think they are too far behind. They are playing the mighty Blues on Saturday at Stamford Bridge and I think Chelsea will beat them.
“Chelsea don’t play European football this season and, having watched them, they can play any way. They can play with the ball and they can play if people put them under pressure. I can’t see Arsenal beating Chelsea on Saturday.”
“I said last Christmas, had Arsenal bought [Gonzalo] Higuain in from Napoli – and they might have got him for £50m – I think they might have won the title last year.”

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