Chelsea's Olivier Giroud believes playing Arsenal will be special but he feels frustrated by the lack of playing time he has had at Chelsea since Maurizio Sarri took charge.
Midway through an intriguing Premier League season, arguably the most two tactically interesting sides meet this weekend at the Emirates.
Neither Arsenal nor Chelsea are challenging for this season's Premier League, and have stuttered in recent weeks after promising starts under Unai Emery and Maurizio Sarri respectively. Assessing how the sides have adjusted to the new regimes, though, has been fascinating.
Neither Emery nor Sarri appeared a perfect fit: Emery is a tactical tinkerer, joining…