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Probable Lineups

3-5-1-1
4-4-1-1
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Probable Lineups Statistical Comparision

(45) 30 Goals 29 (34)
(32) 20 Assists 23 (25)
(6.9) 7.1 Average Ratings 6.9 (6.6)
26.5 Average Age 27.8
183.5 Average Height (cm) 183.6
(1.2) 1.3 Shots pg 1.1 (0.7)
(52%) 52% Aerial Duel Success 51% (49%)
(1.1) 0.9 Dribbles pg 0.7 (0.9)
(1.5) 1.2 Tackles pg 1 (1.3)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Ross Barkley Doubtful N/A
Player Reason Status Rating
Danny Simpson Out 6.68
Wes Morgan Out 6.58
Christian Fuchs Doubtful 6.97
Robert Huth Out N/A
Vicente Iborra Doubtful 6.77
Jamie Vardy Doubtful 7.01
Adrien Silva Doubtful 6.34

Team News

  • Ross Barkley could be available for Antonio Conte following his arrival from Everton, though his potential absence is the Italian's only injury concern.
  • Gary Cahill and Tiemoue Bakayoko may come in for Antonio Rudiger and Danny Drinkwater from the XI that started the 0-0 Carabao Cup draw with Arsenal.
  • Danny Simpson is ruled out for the Foxes, which means Daniel Amartey should continue at right-back, while Wes Morgan and Robert Huth both miss out.
  • Yohan Benalouane could start alongside Harry Maguire at the heart of the Leicester defence, while there is good news for the away side as Claude Puel has confirmed Jamie Vardy is available this weekend.
  • Christian Fuchs has overcome illness and is available to feature here, while Adrien Silva and Vicente Iborra are also over their injury concerns.

Prediction

  • A 0-0 draw with Arsenal on Wednesday night means Chelsea have won only two of their last six competitive matches. However, on home turf, the Blues have been in fine form, failing to win only three of their last 12 in all competitions at Stamford Bridge.
  • Leicester have lost back-to-back away league matches and have lost six of their last seven competitive meetings with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. They recently ended a four-match winless run in the Premier League with a comprehensive 3-0 win over Huddersfield, though, and will look to use that as a platform to spring an upset here.
  • Leicester may trouble this Blues backline, but Chelsea have the means to wrap up all three points.
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User Predictions

Comments (33)

 
  • Leicester played so well. I feel like the game would still have ended 0-0 even if they had stayed at 11 men, but they played their hearts out.

  • That's the fourth 0:0 result in last few games. Chelsea needs to bring a new striker in and change formation back to 3-4-3 I think. Hazard alone upfront with a very bad Morata just can't get you goals.

  • should have seen it coming that this could have been a goalless draw by chelsea past performances they been struggling to get goals lately 0-0 with everton, 0-0 with arsenal, 0-0 draw with norwich

  • Why is Morata struggling so much lately? Is it the formation?? Perhaps Chelsea should switch to a 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 formation?? Also, I believe Chelsea so bring another striker to put pressure on him

  • Chelsea becoming the 0-0 masters, 3 in a row. Hazard's head maybe at Old Trafford or the Bernabeu. Morata is like Chelsea's new Torres.

  • @Geolardo Hazrad's head is between his legs

  • its so painful watching my team(chelsea) playing,this team will kill me....3-5-2 doesnt waork at all.its time for conte to get back to the basics(3-4-3)

  • This Chelsea team is bloody average

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  • Chelsea should start with 3421 as the home team. This starting line up from Conte is too negative and lucky not to be punished by Leicester.

  • If Chelsea didnt win today we can say bye bye to Conte

  • @Cannavaro69 at the end of the season maybe

  • @Cannavaro69 stop it please

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  • 3x0 chelsea

  • chelsea win and btts

  • @RemyLebeu I always looking for your comments to make my bets , my acummilator only lost in this match

  • I'll guess 2-0 to Chelsea.

  • Chelsea 2 - 3 / 1 - 2 Leicester

  • Chelsea 2 - 2 Leicester

  • or even a points based system where the who scored engine can pick up from people comments who got correct scores and match results and give that person points just like football teams get in their league we can get in ours,maybe like only 1 point if you guess correct draw no bet or double chance or under/overgoals,2 points if you can pick the right team to win or pick a draw and 4 points because this is much harder if you get exact match score correct or you pick a hat trick scorer.

  • @RemyLebeu You Are very creative, i like that

  • @RemyLebeu Your idea is wonderful , maybe they will put it into considerations..

  • @Official_Collins You are very creative , i like that

  • @Cannavaro69 Thanks Man...

  • @Official_Collins Not you i meant @RemyLebeu

  • @Cannavaro69 No problems

  • Who here would like to see a system where who scored had a new voting system where you can vote to pick double chance or draw no bet as well as team that will win or draw just like your comments and replace it with the man of the match voting system because no one cares about that do they ? I think it will be a great idea. it can show also along with the percentage people got right and wrong the actual figures like just as a example you can click persons name and see how many they have right and how many they have wrong. And at the end of the football season just like a football league table we can see a predictions table I think this way we will find who is the best predictors on this site i am guessing overmars will be somewhere at the top of the table too. maybe who scored could even give a small prize who finish top of the predictions table. Come on who scored make this happen removing the thumbs down was a great idea but we need more changes.

  • @RemyLebeu Good idea man, but I miss the thumbs down button.

  • Chelsea 3-1 Leicester

  • Chelsea 2 - 1 Leicester

  • @Overmars He just said you are so good in predictions and i believe him

  • @Overmars yo return of the mack where you been hiding bro