Price per head services and local bookies are very hopeful for Didier Drogba, as the striker wants to be fit enough to play for Chelsea in their Premier League season’s opening game after he limped out of the win against Ferencvaros with an ankle injury.
On Sunday, pay per head services saw that the Ivorian, who made his second appearance for the Blues since he rejoined the club, only played 29 minutes before he ended up being substituted due to the injury that he suffered during Chelsea’s friendly match in Budapest, and local bookies all over the world were knocking on wood hoping that the injury was not too serious.
The Blues showed their resilience and were still able to defeat their Hungarian opponents 2-1 thanks to goals scored by Ramires and Cesc Fabregas. Many local bookies and price per head services were sure that the scoreboard would have favoured Chelsea even more if Drogba wouldn’t have suffered the injury.
Next Monday, the Blues start their league campaign when they go to Burnley, and Drogba said that he might not be able to play as he waits for updates on his injury, but many of the player’s fans and local bookies remain very optimistic that he will be able to recover in time for the match, as long as the injury doesn’t require him to miss it.
“I twisted my ankle and I couldn’t continue,” he told the club’s official website.
“In the next few days we are going to do some treatment and I hope everything will be better.”
And pay per head services saw that the striker made an amazing return to Chelsea last month after he parted ways with Turkish side Galatasaray.
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Price per head services can fully understand why Drogba is a favourite with so many local bookies, as the player was able to score 157 goals in 341 appearances during his first spell in England, and he clinched two League Cups, three Premier League titles, and four FA Cups.