Last season, Chelsea became notorious for being horrid, later recovering under Hiddink‘s management. However, even though Arsenal won the Community Shield match, they went on to lose both Premier League games to the Blues. Chelsea managed to score two clean sheet victories when meeting the Gunners – so are we going to see something similar this time around, too?
Last year, the first big news in the Premier League was the fact that none other than Chelsea completely forgot how to play football, even though they started the season as the defending champions. Their victory-free pre-season plus the Community Shield loss to Arsenal were hinting at a disaster, and yet it still came as a huge shock.
It‘s Week 5 in the Premier League, and the Table is still allowing teams to move up and down with a breakneck speed. However, a few trends are already pretty clear – and one of them is that Chelsea remembered how to play football. This week they‘re meeting Liverpool, who managed to start winning again with the last week‘s 4:1 vs the defending champions – so this ought to be good.
The last week of the best English League has arrived – and boy, is it shaping up to be a proper fun one. We‘ve already crowned the champions, the Top 4 is probably going to stay more or less the same, but that doesn‘t mean there‘s going to be a lack of exciting fixtures. Chelsea‘s got a pretty brilliant fixture tonight, so let‘s take a look at that!
If sometimes the match week can look a bit dull, there’s none of that this time around. Leicester City vs Man United clash is going to have everyone’s attention, because the Foxes only need three points to secure the title. Another important game is the Tottenham v Chelsea, considering that the Spurs are the only team that can still – mathematically – catch up.
It‘s a brilliant time to be a football fan – there‘s so many exciting matches to watch! Man City and Liverpool proved that English teams can do really well internationally, too, and this excitement that they inspired may just seep through to the Premier League. This week, the Sky Blues are playing against Chelsea, and the Foxes will take on the Hammers – so let’s take a look!
The hottest games of the weekend are definitely over at the FA Cup, where eight teams are going to battle it out in order to advance to the semi-final. The two-times defending champions Arsenal would no doubt fancy a third consecutive title, but they aren’t the only ones who have their eyes set on the prize. There are games to be played first, so let’s take a look at that!
With the first leg games over and done with, the stakes got that much higher: the matches ahead allow for no mistakes. Both Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain can still advance to the next round, even though it was the French who won the last time. Can they repeat the feat playing away against the Blues?
The Champions League is on tonight, and it‘s going to be good! The group stage has sifted through the contenders, so from now on, the matches are going to be tougher and more exciting. Let’s take a look at two first games that must be on your to-watch list: the Paris Saint Germain vs Chelsea, and Real Madrid vs Roma the following day.
Brilliant football weekend alert! This Saturday Leicester City is playing against Manchester City, and considering they are only three points apart with the Foxes occupying the first place this should certainly be a hot match. Both teams are in it to triumph this season – and they both have good chances to take home the Premier League title. Their first game ended in a goalless draw, but maybe it will be different this time around?