The home team will do everything to build up more pressure on Liverpool and Manchester City as they welcome Potter's men to the bridge on Wednesday. The blues returned to winning ways after a win against Aston Villa on Wednesday. The match started as Recce James scored against his net. Not long until Chelsea was awarded a penalty, and the Chelsea skipper made no mistake by slotting it home from the spot to level at halftime. The second half started with much intense from the away team as Lukaku gave Chelsea the lead before being gifted another penalty, Jorginho made it 1-3, and it ended in favour of Chelsea.
The Amex are back to winning again after twelve matches without a single win. It has not been easy for fans after being taunted as one of the promising teams to watch out for at the beginning of the season. All smiles for the fans again as they watched their team defeat Brentford on Boxing day. It was Leandro who opened the scoreline after a fine assist from Enock Mwepu, not long till Maupay increase their lead at halftime. The match ended 2-0 in favour of the Amex.
Predictions: Chelsea win and Over 2.5goals.
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