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Chelsea vs Crystal Palace: Blues' top four chances in jeopardy

March 9, 2018 By Michelle Bonsu provides info to catch Chelsea vs Crystal Palace on Saturday, March 10th.

Broadcast info

Who's playing: Chelsea have lost four out of their last five Premier League games. To put that in perspective, the last time they lost four games, it was over the span of 30 games. Can Antonio Conte's men arrest their poor form and revive their top four chances ahead of taking on Barcelona in the Champions League next week?

What time: Saturday, March 10th at 09:30 PST/12:30 EST/17:30 GMT/18:30 CET

What stadium: This game will be played at Stamford Bridge which seats up to 41.631 fans at max capacity.

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Match facts & stats

  • Chelsea have lost their last two Premier League games against Crystal Palace...
  • ...the last side to beat them in three consecutively was Liverpool, with a run of four in May 2012
  • The Eagles have won back-to-back Premier League games at Stamford Bridge
  • That's after failing to win any of their first 13 at the ground in top-flight competition (D5 L8)
  • The last time Chelsea lost three home London derbies in a row against the same opposition in the top-flight was vs Arsenal in April 1974


Arguably, Chelsea will have one eye on their must-win Champions League fixture with Barcelona next week, but first up is this match with Crystal Palace. The Blues lost the reverse fixture earlier this season, and should they fail to win here, they might as well kiss their chances at making it into next season's Champions League good-bye.

Currently, the Blues find themselves well out of the title race, and are five points behind fourth-placed Tottenham after losing four out of their last five Premier League fixtures. Antonio Conte was slammed for his approach during the team's last game, which saw them lose 1-0 to Manchester City, but the Italian has defended his tactics given how Pep Guardiola's side have largely made mincemeat of most of the other Premier League sides so far this term.

N'Golo Kante, who fainted last week and did not feature against City, could make his return, along with Tiemoue Bakayoko, but both David Luiz and Ross Barkley are still out. As for Crystal Palace, who sit in 18th spot, they'll be sweating on the fitness of key striker Wilfried Zaha, who will have to pass a late fitness test, as well as Mamadou Sakho, but Timothy Fosu-Mensah will be able to feature here after not being able to take part during the team's recent defeat to Manchester United (as the Red Devils are his parent club).


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