- The Premier League’s top scorer has been heavily linked with a return to Chelsea.
If he were to put them to the sword this weekend, that would surely turn a few more heads in Antonio Conte’s camp. We just wonder whether he will celebrate if this one comes in…
The Mancunian scored his first senior hat-trick for Arsenal in 2014, against Galatasaray in the Champions League.
He’s not scored one since, but what better time to do it than in the North London Derby?
Ah, Wayne. Injuries in the United camp have seen the skipper make a return to the team sheet.
He netted a scrappy deflected goal at Turf Moor last weekend, and this punter is backing him to continue Jose Mourinho’s top four charge this time out.