Former premier league striker Peter Crouch has surprisingly named Chelsea stadium Stamford Bridge as the pitch that has proven that it's difficult for the away teams to get positive results this season. Crouch believes that the Stamford Bridge side has become a fortress for the premier league teams as they have been struggling to win over their.
Chelsea have been brilliant in their last three games across all competitions winning all of them. The West London club has managed to win six home games this season drawing three and losing three in the premier league this season. The Blues are yet to lose at Stamford Bridge in the champions league this season.
Former premier league player and pundit Peter Crouch has revealed that Chelsea will win their tomorrow's home game against Everton. Crouch believes that Chelsea's home games this season have proved to be difficult for the opponent to win as they have been unstoppable despite struggling throughout whole season.
“Their [Everton] away form has been very poor this season, they’ve three draws and six defeats in their last nine away from Goodison. And Stamford Bridge is starting to look like a tougher place to go recently,” shared Crouch.
“I’d expect Chelsea to dominate this game and can see them winning comfortably.”
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