I don't know about you, but I've been in considerable Drogba-withdrawl for the past month or so. It seems like it's been so long since we've seen him on the pitch for any significant amount of time. No doubt he'll be anxious to remind the Blues fans that he's still their goal-scoring machine, seeing as he'll most likely be AVB's preferred CF for the three weeks Torres is suspended.
Drogba was knocked unconscious nearly a month ago in the Chelsea vs. Norwich game, when Norwich City goalkeeper, John Ruddy made a rash challenge for the ball, but instead struck the Ivorian in the head. Since then, Drogba has been recovering until just this past week.
After being subbed in for Nicholas Anelka in the last few minutes of the Swansea game on Saturday, Drogba showed Chelsea supporters what they can expect for the next few weeks (assuming he's given the nod), as he scored an excellent goal in the 90th minute with a great pass from Florent Malouda.