Chelsea hosted Brighton at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday evening. The match which was scheduled to begin by 8:00 pm was shifted to 8:15 pm as a result of the protest by Chelsea fans outside Stamford bridge.
Chelsea was held to a goalless draw at Stamford bridge yesterday night as both sides were unable to break the deadlock and find the back of the net.
The Chelsea team that played Brighton yesterday was inaccurate in terms of their passes and could not even capitalize on the mistakes made by Brighton in the first half.
As a result of the goalless draw yesterday, Chelsea had to manage just one point and they moved to 4th on the premier league table.
Now let's check out Chelsea's next 6 games that might determine if they qualify for the champions league next season.
Chelsea will be playing West ham united on Saturday as they would be away from home. Chelsea needs to pull all the stops to win that game.
Do you think Chelsea can survive all these games and still make the top 4 by the end of the season?
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