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Arsenal will be without Mikel Arteta, who will miss the remainder of the season with an ankle injury.
Yossi Benayoun is ineligible to play against his parent club, but Laurent Koscielny is available after a ban and Abou Diaby and Francis Coquelin return.
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is out with a knee injury and boss Roberto di Matteo is set to rotate his side with Tuesday’s trip to Barcelona in mind.
Michael Essien, Florent Malouda and Fernando Torres could come in. (BBC Sport)
Arsenal v Chelsea
Didier Drogba has scored eight Premier League goals against Arsenal, making the Gunners his joint-favourite opponent (with West Brom).
Chelsea have lost 29 points from winning positions against Arsenal in the Premier League, more than any side against any other, winning just 10 of 21 games in which they have held the lead (D4 L7).
The Blues have won just three of their previous 19 Premier League trips to the home of Arsenal, but those three victories have all come in their last six visits.
In this season’s reverse fixture, Arsenal became the first side to score five against Chelsea in the league since Liverpool in September 1996.
Arsenal have won 12 and lost just two of their last 16 league games at the Emirates (2 draws).
The Gunners have scored in their last 16 consecutive home league fixtures.
Roberto Di Matteo has taken two fewer points from his opening six games in charge of Chelsea (11) than Andre Villas-Boas managed (13).
Arsenal have the Premier League’s top scorer this season (van Persie, 27), but have also had a joint-league high 17 different goalscorers (with Everton).
Chelsea have scored (95%) and conceded (95%) the highest portion of goals from inside the area this season.
The Blues have shipped more goals in the closing 15 minutes than any other team this term (18).