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It’s another case of one step forward, two steps back for Chelsea this season.
After a hugely entertaining and impressive performance in the 4-4 draw against Manchester City before the international break, they returned with a miserable performance - one Mauricio Pochettino described as their worst of the season - in a 4-1 defeat to Newcastle.
Not only that, but their captain and certain starter, Reece James, was sent off so they will be without him and appear no closer to stringing together a run of results that will lift them beyond 10th in the league - and they are perilously close to dropping as far down as 15th.
They are helped this season by the absence of European football so they may have the advantage over Brighton when they come up against them on Sunday, and Pochettino will be hoping the Seagulls’ expansive style of play may play into their hands.
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Following the horrors of last season, Chelsea will be hoping for better fortunes on the domestic front this term. They will be hunting for silverware in the Premier League, FA Cup, and EFL Cup.
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Those back-to-back wins over Fulham and Burnley have massively decreased Chelsea’s odds when it comes to getting into the top four, priced at 5/1, although their upcoming tough sequence of fixtures will test this team.
The Blues haven’t failed to finish in the top four in back-to-back seasons since 2002, just before Roman Abramovich bought the club, but Mauricio Pochettino’s team still face an uphill battle this time round.
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Chelsea are currently eighth favourites to win the Premier League, priced at 250/1, but perhaps you’re a particularly optimistic Blues fan?
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Chelsea have won five EFL Cups in their history, beaten on penalties in two finals since their most-recent triumph, defeating by Manchester City in 2019 and then Liverpool in 2020.
This season, they’ve already enjoyed home wins over AFC Wimbledon, Brighton and Blackburn Rovers before being draw against Newcaslte in the pick of the quarter-finals.
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Stamford Bridge has been Chelsea’s permanent home since 1905, and currently, it boasts a capacity of just over 40,000, however, there are plans in the works to renovate it, and this could see that figure jump to 55,000, which would make it one of the largest grounds in Britain.
While much of the success occurred when Abramovich took over the running of the club in 2003, bringing a raft of Premier League titles as well as other domestic success, the Blues are looking to rediscover their identity on the pitch after a woeful campaign.
Charged with trying to revitalise them this term will be Pochettino, who previously managed Tottenham and took them to the Champions League Final in 2019 before he was sacked a few months later by Daniel Levy.
Nevertheless, Pochettino, who also used to patrol the Paris Saint-Germain dugout will be hoping to get Chelsea back on track and reach the heights of yesteryear, as they have had almost unparalleled success over the past 20 years.
Apart from being eight-time winners of the FA Cup, they have two Champions League titles to their name, and they have been crowned Premier League champions on five occasions.
With no European football to contend with this term, Pochettino’s men can fully focus on having a tilt at the title, and you imagine they can’t perform badly as they did last term.
Although they sold Kai Havertz, the arrival of Nkunku from RB Leipzig will give the fans something to shout about, and he will be expected to hit the ground running, and the Blues’ bluntness in front of goal last term was well documented.
Pochettino has a big challenge on his hands this season to lift morale in the camp, and while expectations may have been tempered slightly, the Chelsea story could be a real page turner!