After some classic Jose Mourinho ‘umm‘ing and ‘ahh‘ing, is has been – shockingly – declared that Chelsea’s Diego Costa will face the Gunners this coming weekend.

There was speculation that the Brazilian could miss out on the London tie due to a hamstring issue that he’s had on-and-off for months now.

However, the Chelsea manager spoke ahead of Sunday’s match, confirming that he not only believes forward Costa will be available, but Loic Remy, who has been out for a couple of games due to injury, and Arsenal’s arch-nemesis Didier Drogba, will also both be fit after being rested.

The Blues’ strike force will be looking to cement a victory against us in order to be able to clinch the title at Leicester next week, providing they also beat them, of course. While, if the Gunners win, they come within seven points of the top, with five matches left to play.

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