Chelsea stay at the top of the table after scoring two goals from free-kicks.
Arsene Wenger went with the pace of Gervinho rather than the physicality of Olivier Giroud upfront, and continued with Aaron Ramsey on the right – although he had to shuffle into the middle after Abou Diaby’s injury.
Roberto Di Matteo left out Frank Lampard and continued with the front four that failed to click against Stoke last weekend, with three versatile playmakers behind Fernando Torres.
This wasn’t an inspiring game – none of the playmakers were on top form, and neither side played good football. Read more »