All the latest news and views from Stamford Bridge including the Super Saturday lunch-time fixture against Arsenal.
Chelsea can fortify their Premier League leading credentials and preserve their unblemished record under manager Jose Mourinho in the process by overseeing the challenge represented by Arsenal on Saturday lunch-time at Stamford Bridge.
The the reverse fixture earlier in the season, in December, no team had the advantage over the other as the match finished goal-less, however, Arsene Wenger has revealed that, in two days time, his Gunners will go for the victory by attacking the Blues.
He told Arsenal Player: "In the Premier League game that finished 0-0, Chelsea were set up to stop us playing. We didn't manage to create enough to win the game and that is what we need to do on Saturday.
"[We need] to be creative, to create chances and to stop them from playing as well because they have creative players up front who can open you up when you go forward. We need to find that balance between attacking well and defending well."
"If a club pays £50m for you, certain things are expected of you and, if things go badly, the criticism is much heavier and the reactions are much more extreme. If things go well, that’s seen as normal, because you’re expected to score. The Chelsea fans understand that completely…" he said of the pressure associated with the fee Chelsea paid for his services.
Torres continued: "They’ve supported me from day one. I’d already seen that when I played there as a rival player – when a player most needs the support of the fans, they’re there. I’ve seen that with [Frank] Lampard, with [John] Terry or with [Ashley] Cole: when they’ve had problems, these supporters have given them a lot of confidence."
And finally, superstar-in-the-making Willian has told the club's official website that he detests rugby!
"Whenever I see that is on I switch channels straight away, I don't like it at all!"
However, if you want to get on his good side, just install a hydrotherapy message area at Cobham: "[We had them at] Anzhi Makhachkala in the swimming pool [they] were good… it was an easy way to recover after a game."