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Statistically, Here Is How Chelsea Could Still Get Relegated This Season Following Their Poor Form

Next up for Frank Lampard and his Chelsea team after losing away from home yesterday is Bournemouth FC at Vitality Stadium on Saturday May 6th.

Bournemouth FC at this point have won four of their last five games and drawn just one,while Chelsea FC have lost all their previous six games across all competitions, scoring two goals and conceding twelve in return.

The Bournemouth vs Chelsea clash could go a long way to decide which team stays down and who goes up as the season is almost wrapped up.

As it stands,the Cherries are currently in 13th place in the Premier League table, just a place below Chelsea while they are tied with Chelsea at 39 points,with just goal difference separating the two sides.

The Blues as it stands will also have to play against Manchester United, Manchester City and Newcastle United who are all in the current top four in the Premier League as their last three games of the season.

While it may take a whole lot before Chelsea can ever get relegated,there is also the faintest way that the Blues can end up 18th on the Premier League table at the end of the season and drop to Skybet Championship.

Statistically,here is how Chelsea could get relegated this season given their remaining Premier League fixtures and the teams currently below them;

1.If Chelsea lose all their remaining five games

2.If Nottingham Forest win all of their four games

3.If Leeds United win all four of their remaining games

4.If Leicester City win all of their four remaining fixtures

5.If West Ham United beat Man Utd and win their next two games

6.If Wolverhampton Wanderers win one out of their last four games

Do you realistically think Chelsea will go into the relegation zone before the season officially ends?

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