First 15-20 minutes: Arsenal will start the brighter of the two, and will look more likely to make things happen without actually creating many clear cut chances. Drogba will score on Chelsea's first serious foray into Arsenal territory, probably bullying about 8 Arsenal players in the process.
Next 20 minutes: Arsenal will respond well and will create a couple of half chances. With 5-10 minutes to go until half time, one of the commentators will pass comment on how well Arsenal have responded to going a goal down and that they need to make this period count. Within 60 seconds of such a comment, Drogba will have scored again completely against the run of play, probably as a result of some inexplicable defending by Gael Clichy.
Second half: Denilson will get substituted after doing nothing. Arsenal will continue to see more of the ball, but Chelsea will repel all attacks with consumate ease, and while they'll probably surrender the majority of possession and territory, will not look remotely like conceding a goal. Chelsea will then ruthlessly counter attack with about 15 minutes to go and grab a third goal after more shambolic defending. Bendtner and Walcott will get thrown on, the two will combine for a consolation goal. Arsenal will miss a sitter to make it 3-2 with 7 or 8 minutes left and lose all momentum after that. Arsenal's bottle will be questioned after the game, with Wenger claiming in his post match interview that the brightness of the floodlights/colour of Drogba's studs/referee's shorts/depth of the goal nets weren't condusive to playing good football.
Originally Posted by silentstriker
Yup, much more likely. In any case, I will back [Insert Indian Random Batting Order] against Swann in India every day. If they win, it won't be on Swann's back - though he could be valuable to keep things tight and maybe a wicket or two.