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Two matches that Chelsea will find it difficult to win

Chelsea being among the teams that have portrayed very nice game so far after playing few matches in the league, they have a tight fixture that seem to be very difficult for them to emerge as winners. The following two matches will gauge whether they will emerge as the winners of the league.

This weekend, Chelsea will be playing against Tottenham Hotspurs starting from 4:30EAT on Sunday 19th September 2021. The match is predicted to be very tight as both teams have been displaying a very wonderful game after they have played four matches in the league this season. Tottenham have recorded three direct wins and have lost one match. Nuno Espirito Santo is believed to have improved the team and has the ability to ensure that the team will compete with others in the race towards winning the title. On the other hand Chelsea have started the season well where by they have recorded three wins and one draw in the four matches they have played. The signing of Lukaku has impacted the club positively where he has ensured that the striking power of Chelsea is strong and powerful.

Another match that will be very tight is Chelsea playing against Manchester City that will be played on Saturday, 25th September 2021 at 14:30EAT. The match will take place at Stamford Bridge where by the team to win the match is not predicted as both teams have a wonderful display of the game. Man City started the league at a slow pace but right now they have regained their normal pace after recording some of the great winnings. The match is predicted to be very tough as both teams have the ability to emerge victorious in any kind of the match they are playing.

The matches being predicted to be tight both teams including Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester City have to prepare well towards winning their next matches.

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