By Arsenal correspondent Tony Hughes

Football Insider looks ahead to Saturday’s mega-clash clash at Stamford Bridge with our Chelsea v Arsenal preview that details the line-ups, players to watch, form guide, best bets, stats and recalls a famous match from the past.

KICK-OFF TIME: Saturday, 12.45pm

TV: Live on BT Sport

IT’S A BIG GAME FOR…

Eden Hazard. After hitting the heights, the double-winning Player of the Year has misplaced his Mojo. Six games and no goals. Those of a Chelsea persuasion will hope that rock bottom came with his sky-high failed penalty conversion against Maccabi Tel Aviv in midweek. With Willian unavailable, and Oscar and Pedro doubtful, there is no chance of the Belgian being dropped for Saturday’s mega-clash. He has his manager’s total backing. “Eden is the best player playing in this country,” claimed Mourinho on Friday.

PLAYER TO WATCH…

Theo Walcott. With fellow front man Olivier Giroud enduring a difficult time, Arsenal’s longest-serving player has the chance to make the centre-forward spot his own. Has the pace to un-nerve Chelsea’s ageing back line – it will be fascinating to see if the zippy Kurt Zouma gets the nod of Gary Cahill or John Terry – and the finishing prowess to be the matchwinner. Walcott’s last 11 starts have yielded a highly creditable 11 goals.

PAST THREE MEETINGS…

Community Shield: Arsenal 1 (Oxlade-Chamberlain) Chelsea 0, August 2015

Premier League: Arsenal 0 Chelsea 0, April 2015

Premier League: Chelsea 2 (Hazard pen, Costa) Arsenal 0, October 2014

REMEMBER WHEN…

Chelsea ruined Arsene Wenger’s 1,000th match in charge of Arsenal. Check out how easily the home side kept bypassing their opponents’ midfield.

FORM GUIDE…

Chelsea in 2015/16: D, L, W, L, L, W

Arsenal in 2015/16: L, W, D, W, W, L

BEST BET…

Arsenal to win – 21/10 (Boyle Sports)

HOW WILL THEY LINE UP…

Chelsea (possible) Begovic; Ivanovic, Zouma, Terry, Azpilicueta; Matic, Fabregas; Ramires, Oscar, Hazard; Costa

Arsenal (possible): Cech; Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal; Coquelin, Cazorla; Ramsey, Ozil, Sanchez; Walcott.

EXPERT VERDICT… Wenger to get one over his nemesis and record his first competitive victory over Mourinho