Antony Taylor has been confirmed as the referee to officiate the Saturday premier league clash with the newly promoted Brenford.
In the last matches he has been the center ref, the blues have been on the receiving end as they have failed to win in those matches.
Against no team has Anthony Taylor shown more red cards in favour of than Chelsea in his career (4)
The latest incident is when he gave Reece James a red card vs Liverpool, a game chelsea drew 1-1 at Fultime.
One fan posted
"Hate to be one of those fans who moans about referees but seriously the mind boggles at the number of high profile errors Anthony Taylor has made especially against Chelsea. Never held accountable & no doubt more controversy will continue against Brentford on Saturday. Madness.
Another by the name Havi posted, "Chelsea’s odds against Brentford went from 1/3 to 8/15 once Anthony Taylor was appointed as ref"
Martinez posted "Since Anthony Taylor is refereeing our game against Brentford I’ll not be watching but you guys stay safe and have fun though!
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