The race for the top four has gotten more intense with just 2 more matches to the end of the long Premier League season. Leicester City and Manchester United are showing no signs of slowing down and with a low goal difference and head to head compared to the other two, Chelsea may be at a risk of being left out unless if they win their next two matches, regardless of what happens with the other competitors.
Liverpool and Wolves are not going to be an easy match especially as both clubs have something to play for. Wolves are chasing an Europa League spot while Liverpool wants to reach the 100 points mark, so it's going to be a difficult week for the Blues.
However, Manchester United and Leicester City will have a face off on the final day of the season, they'll have to face West Ham United and Tottenham respectively. Mourinho will be hoping to repeat his 2014 heroics against Rodger's Liverpool where he defeated twillhe Liverpool team with Chelsea as he ended their title winning hope. However, Brendan Rodgers will be hoping to pay back Mourinho in his coin as a lose deflated his team hope of a Europa competition.
As an ardent Chelsea fan, I'm concerned about the team's recent form especially their last match against Norwich was nothing to write home about. The only positive from the match is the win, a more clinical team would punish us with those silly mistake.
I'm glad to see Kovacic back in action after a couple of weeks on the bench, and Loftus-Cheek seems to be getting his form back. It's all good in paper until when it's time to kick a ball. As a Chelsea fan, how do you think we can navigate a win in these remaining fixtures?
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