After a 100-day hiatus, club football has returned with full force, with at least two games being played every day. And fans are enjoying the various football games across Europe.
While the title race has been wrapped up in most leagues, there’s still plenty to play for. For the other teams, there’s the battle to avoid relegation and also the chance to qualify for Europe.
Speaking of qualifying for European football, the Blues have it all to fight for when they welcome Manchester City to Stamford Bridge. Currently in fourth, Lampard’s Blues are five points ahead of Manchester United and Wolves. The slim gap means there isn’t much room for errors.
That makes almost all their remaining games something like a final, including the one against Man. City.
In their first game after the break, Chelsea scored two goals in their clash against Aston Villa. This season, they’ve scored an average of over 1,5 goals per game. And this should help them in their quest against a Manchester City side that has conceded an average of one goal per game.
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However, defeating Pep’s men is not that easy. The Manchester Blues may be 20 points behind Liverpool. They may have the joint-fourth best defense in the league. But there’s something else they have: their blistering attack.
In their last game, they put five past Burnley… and Sergio Aguero didn’t even score! Although the Argentine is now injured, it doesn’t take much away from the attacking power of Guardiola’s side.
As things stand, their attack is the best in the league. To put things in context, their 76 goals scored so far is 10 more goals than Liverpool have scored this season. Chelsea’s 53 league goals mean the London Blues have scored 23 goals less than City.
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It’s the first of two tough games for Manchester City who will play Liverpool after this game. As football continues around Europe, it’s only a matter of time now before the Premier League title is clinched.
The same, however, cannot be said for the Spanish La Liga and the Italian Serie A.
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There are still a number of teams fighting for both the title and a chance to qualify for Europe. And this leaves each team fighting teeth and nail for every available point that can be earned.
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