3. Speed on the counter attackWalcott
When coming up against a Jose Mourinho controlled team, you know that you will be facing a game plan that will have men behind the ball, while the attack will have a brutally ruthless style, a kind of ‘as long as it goes in’ attitude, and that makes them dangerous and unpredictable. However, John Terry is the highest scoring centre-back in Premier League history, and it is no secret that he loves to get forward, but if Theo Walcott and Serge Gnabry start, Arsenal have pace in abundance and could punish the former England international for being too eager to enter the opposition’s box. Although Olivier Giroud’s finishing ability is average for a supposed top striker, repeated openings of the Blues defence should see him score eventually.