Community Shield – Arsenal vs Chelsea preview

A London derby will decide the winner of Community Shield for 2015. The two big London teams Arsenal and Chelsea will meet on 02 Aug this year.

Over the years, this trophy was called the Charity Shield, but unfortunately it losts its shine. However, this match would be a huge derby and it would bring many interesting moments to all football fans.

Arsenal bought several new players. Petr Cech is one of them. His presence in the team will bring a lot of security and safety in the defensive phase of the game. In the recent years Arsenal is trying to accumulate a lot of strength in the midfield. Buying players is no longer a problem for Wenger as all of the large payments for their new stadium have been made. For this type of financial policy Arsene Wenger took many negatives, but his results will decide whether he will remain at Emirates in the future.

Jose Mourinho would most likely use his new star in the match. We talk about Radamel Falcao who made a very weak season for Manchester United last year. The Portuguese specialist likes Falcao and tried several times to buy him when the Columbian was a huge star in Atletico Madrid. Mourinho tried once again when Falcao played for Monaco for but he didn’t succeed again. However, after so many attempts he is now in London and he can continue his brilliant career.

Chelsea used the least players last season and now it seems this is going to be changed. The season is long with many matches and fights on many fronts. Whether Chelsea needs another new players will be clear in about 3 months.

Chelsea’s attack is focused not only with Diego Costa, but also with many attacking midfielders. Probably this is the reason why Chelsea is the favorite for almost all bookies like Bet-at-home, Bet365, Bwin, William Hill and Betfair. The odds around 2.40 for their win.

However, there is one thing which is sure about this game. Both teams will have something to fight for. This season expectations are Chelsea and Arsenal to fight for the highest place in the final standings.