Why Torres is sure to score for Chelsea against Arsenal

All eyes will be on Stamford Bridge this Saturday, and The Tipster is backing Fernando Torres to find the net

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By The Tipster
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Both Arsenal and Chelsea booked their places in the Carling Cup quarter-finals in midweek, and now the two London clubs go head-to-head in the Premier League on Saturday.

After having got four of the five correct in the last edition, The Tipster is feeling more confident than ever about his picks – and he was always cocky.

Today’s edition is all about the clash at Stamford Bridge – and The Tipster reckons Fernando Torres will continue his apparent resurgence by finding the net against the Gunners.

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Fernando Torres to score at any time – 10/11

The £50m Spanish hit-man finally appears to have settled in at Chelsea with recent goals against Manchester United, Genk and Swansea City. Torres is also returning from a domestic ban and will be desperate to continue his recent run of good form against an Aresnal defence that has been very unsteady so far this season.
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Chelsea to beat Arsenal – 8/13

Sorry, Gooners but this is an obvious one. Chelsea have won all four of their home matches this season, while Arsenal have lost three of their four away games – in fact, Arsène Wenger’s men are yet to win on the road this term. Chelsea also have an impressive home record against the Gunners, having beaten them in three of the last four clashes at Stamford Bridge.
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Both Chelsea and Arsenal to score – 8/11

This seems a fairly safe one, too. Four of Chelsea’s last five games have ended with both teams scoring. Arsenal have identical statistics – four of their last five Premier League fixtures have featured goals for both sides. So 8/11 from our friends at bet365 represents good value here.
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Robin van Persie to score at any time – 15/8

If Arsenal are going to threaten Chelsea on Saturday, it’s likely to be through Robin van Persie. The Dutchman has enjoyed a prolific start to the season, with seven goals in nine appearances and four in his last three outings. And the Gunners captain is also likely to be on penalty duty at Stamford Bridge.
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The long shot: John Terry to score at any time – 6/1

It hasn’t been the best of weeks for John Terry, but The Tipster is backing him to put the negative headlines behind him by scoring on Saturday. The England centre-half has already netted twice this season and is always dangerous from set-pieces. He scored against Arsenal at Highbury back in 2004 – and today’s wild long-range effort is for him to do it again this weekend.
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