Cast your minds back to last season: Liverpool travelled in September to face a Blues side using a supervisor still much implementing his ideas.
Not much has changed.
That game ended all-square after Daniel Sturridge screamer kept his side’s unbeaten run intact–despite Chelsea having the chances during the game –and this one is shaping up to be a different affair.
Both sides suffered bad Champions League defeats during the week – following Ross Barkley’s penalty miss Chelsea at home to Valencia, and Liverpool dishing up a weak screen at Napoli for the 2nd successive year.
Of course Liverpool in the Premier League have a 100% record going to this one, while Chelsea–that have the second-worst defence in the league and also the third-best attack–are a small up-and-down, although I do not feel this will be apparent throughout the course of this game.
Liverpool have won only one of the past seven games against Chelsea (the UEFA Super Cup is firmly down as a draw), and now I believe that is where they drop their first points of the season, so I’m backing a Chelsea/draw dual opportunity.
The Blues are unbeaten in their last 11 Premier League home matches, and even though there are goals packed to both sides, below three objectives are scored in the previous six Premier League meetings between the two sides.
Liverpool’s last few trips to Stamford Bridge haven’t surrendered victories, and after a couple of performances from Andy Robertson along with Virgil van Dijk at the rear, this could just be an opportunity for Chelsea to snatch another positive result — particularly if Mason Mount is match along with Tammy Abraham continues his outstanding form. ??
Ancient objectives have frequently characterised this fixture.
A goal was scored within 35 minutes between Chelsea and Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.
Though those are generally not goal-fests, the data indicates it worth backing a historical strike, therefore my next suggestion is to get a goal to be performed for a little additional value — just before the 25th moment.
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