This is one of those games I dont know how its going to go. Its a weird one, because there is pressure on both of us. Pressure on Chelsea because they've had such a poor start and need to start playing well, and they're up against us with the centre half they spent all summer cosying up to and didnt get. But on the other side, because of that, the pressure is on us too. We've held firm, we've still got our man, so now the pressure is also on us to show why we were so desperate to keep him, and the pressure is also on us to take advantage of Chelsea's bad start, as on our day, we are good enough to.
Either way, I think its just fate that it will be Stones who has a big say in the outcome, and I think that was always true whether he stayed or went. He'll have a blinder or score the winning goal or something...or he'll make one costly cock up. I hope its the first one.