As we move towards what is known on Sky TV as "Super Sunday" there are some mouthwatering games available this weekend for football fans around the world. One of the main games to hit the screens tomorrow will be Chelsea against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge. While not the top of the table clash some had hoped for only a matter of weeks ago, there is still much to play for in this thrilling and often controversial London derby.
Chelsea are currently in the form of their lives and have dropped very few points over the last few weeks, while Arsenal have failed to deliver on a number of occasions after seemingly putting in immaculate performances. Arsene Wenger is looking to try and rejuvenate his battered troops who have come in for some serious criticism over the last few weeks. His dismissal of William Gallas as captain after his comments about his teammates has only added fuel to the fire.
However, on the other hand Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari is riding high at the top of the premiership and while his team has not hit the heights of recent years they have delivered the goods when the chips were down on more than one occasion this season. This looks like being an intriguing and passionate derby.