Good News To Chelsea, Bad News To Liverpool And Manchester United
By Abelito5 | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 10142 views
The Manchester city has really had a good performance of late leading with fifty-three points less by one game. They really showed this after winning against Totenum. Manchester United too has faced a downfall after the draw with Westbromwich Albion. This is dangerous since they are on the same level with Leicester City, only a number of goals making the difference.
All this is good news to Chelsea as they expect to play with Newcastle tomorrow at 11:00 pm at Stamford Bridge. It's a great hope since Chelsea's team is now fine, and therefore, Thomas Tuchel really expects three more points. This will make Chelsea number four ahead of Liverpool with two points ahead.
Tuchel really needs to keep the consecutive clean sheet with no loose. Liverpool loses 3-1 to Leicester.
Chelsea could now go two points above Liverpool into 4th, and just four points behind Leicester, with a win over Newcastle.
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