Chelsea is currently in the race for the Premier League title this season. The Blues have had a fine start to their season as they are currently top of the EPL table.
Chelsea has so far played 7 Premier League matches which have seen them get a draw a loss and 5 wins. The Blues are currently on 16 points which sees them a point above their closest rivals, Liverpool.
With the Premier League action set to return on Saturday, Chelsea’s next 2 Premier League fixtures may see them drop points in their race for the EPL title this season. Check out the next 2 fixtures below.
1) Away Match Against Brentford
The first match that may see Chelsea drop points in their Premier League title race is the match between newly promoted side Brentford. The match would take place at Brentford stadium as they would be keen on getting something out of the fixture.
This season, Brentford is currently one of the best teams in the Premier League as they are very good with their offensive style of play. They have played against some top teams in EPL like Liverpool, Arsenal, and West Ham. Out of the 3 teams, only Liverpool drew with them as Arsenal and West Ham lost.
Chelsea would be hoping for top performance from their defenders as they would face Brentford attackers who may see the Blues drop points.
2) Chelsea Match Against A Wounded Norwich Side
In the Premier League round 9, Chelsea would play against a wounded Norwich team that has failed to get a win so far this season. Norwich has played a draw and 6 losses in 7 Premier League matches so far.
Norwich may see Chelsea drop points when they face off at Stanford as they would be keen on getting a win. The Norwich team are currently wounded as a result of their poor start to the season, hence, they would be keen on giving their best to secure a win.
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