What Changes Would You Love Chelsea To Make At Half Time?
Chelsea visit the Etihad Stadium for the third time this season, having previously met the Premier League champions in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
Frank Lampard and pals arrive at the Etihad with their hosts having won the Premier League on Saturday after Arsenal lost to Nottingham Forest. On Sunday, Pep Guardiola’s men will celebrate their fifth victory in six seasons.
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The Blues have already lost to the Citizens three times this season and have not won a game against the Manchester club since the Champions League final in 2021. Lampard, on the other hand, has already gained a point against City this season and will be hoping to trigger an upset on the hosts’ day of celebration.
The final week of Chelsea’s season has arrived, and we have three top-four clubs to play, and regardless of any celebrations, today’s opponents are poised to present the most difficult test.
Join Scott Trotter and Bobby Vincent below for all the build-up, action, and reaction to this afternoon’s contest, which kicks off at 4 pm.
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Manchester City wins 1-0. Chelsea. As the teams proceed down the tunnel, Julian Alvarez’s goal is the difference.
Chelsea, on the other hand, have had several chances, including Conor Gallagher’s header that came back off the post.
The visitors, on the other hand, are behind at the break.