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Chelsea and Everton will go head to head this weekend in what is set to be a thrilling encounter between two of the big sides in the Barclays Premier League. The match will be played in Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
The performance of the Blues has improved significantly over the last few weeks, as they have now won four matches consecutively. Sitting at the fourth place with 22 points, they are shy of just a point from matching the top three teams. Moreover, they are also defensively sound at the moment, having kept a clean sheet in all those four wins. They last met Southampton, whom they defeated by 2-0.
As for Everton, they recently secured their first win in more than a month by defeating West Ham United by 2-0. Prior to that, they incurred shock defeats against AFC Bournemouth and Burnley, along with drawing 1-1 with Crystal Palace and Manchester City.
The Blues have gone undefeated against the Toffees at home, in their last 22 meetings. Last season, they drew 3-3 in the second leg of the League fixture. While Chelsea has the likes of Diego Costa and Eden Hazard, Everton's Romelu Lukaku and Yannick Bolasie will certainly put up a fight from their side. This is a game which should end in a win, if not a draw for the hosts.
Action from bottom half of the Barclays Premier League is coming your way this weekend as Chelsea will welcome Everton on Saturday afternoon.
The Blues have started their quest to reach the upper half of the table and the results so far have been certainly promising. They haven’t lost a match since the departure of Jose Mourinho, but it hasn’t been all wins for them either. Earlier this week, they were involved in a fierce battle with the 13th placed West Bromwich Albion, who gave The Blues a run for their money. The end result was a 2-2 draw and Chelsea are stuck at the 14th place.
As for Everton, they now find themselves at the 11th place owing to a shaky performance over the last few weeks. They have lost to Stoke City by 3-4, which they followed with a couple of draws against Tottenham Hotspur and most recently, Manchester City.
The first leg of this fixture ended in a 3-1 result for The Toffees. However, Chelsea have undoubtedly come a long way since then and in the presence of Guus Hiddink, the lads are playing a lot better. Nonetheless, Everton are a strong team and they need to be careful of the threat they posses.
Everton would be happy with the one point that they got against Liverpool given their form in the league this season. But they face league leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge which will surely be a different ball game altogether. This game is scheduled to kick-off at 19:45 hours BST on Wednesday, 11 February, 2015.
Given that Chelsea widened the gap at the top of the league over the weekend, we could see them rest a few players with the Champions League right around the corner. Juan Cuadrado may get his first start after coming off the bench on Saturday.
Everton looked very content with the draw on Saturday evening and given their current form, they will probably play a defensive game right from the onset and ensure that they do not lose this game. A loss could see them stuck in mid table far off from where they wished to e at this stage of the season.
Romelu Lukaku hasn’t fired at all this season, but maybe he may be rejuvenated while he returns to the bridge to play his former employers. This game should be an easy win for Chelsea extending their stay at the top for at least another week.
The Premier League resumes after last week’s break for the FA Cup with this mouthwatering clash between Chelsea and Everton at Stamford Bridge. Join Free-football.tv and watch Chelsea vs Everton live on your computer.
The Blues only drew against West Bromwich Albion in the last round, but stayed top of the league thanks to Arsenal and Man City’s failures to capitalize in their respective league fixtures. Serbian defender Branislav Ivanovic gave Chelsea the lead against the Baggies, who equalised late in the game through Victor Anichebe.
Everton have had the benefit of some extended rest time for this game. Their last Premier League outing against Crystal Palace was cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. Both the Toffees and Chelsea had Cup engagements last weekend, but with contrasting results. Chelsea were knocked out of the tournament by Man City while Everton went marching ahead after beating Swansea 3-1.
Lacina Traore, Steven Naismith and Leighton Baines were the scorers for the Toffees against the Swans. This is Chelsea’s last game before their crucial Champions League knockout tie against Galatasaray and they will be seeking full points against Roberto Martinez’s side.
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David Moyes’ last game as Everton manager sees the Toffees travel to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea this weekend. Sign up today with free-football.tv and see Chelsea vs Everton live on your computer.
The Toffees’ last home game with Moyes in charge of affairs saw them prevail 2-0 over West Ham. A superb team move, akin to a rugby team making user of an overlap out wide, saw Kevin Mirallas open the scoring for the home side. Thr Greek striker also scored the club’s second of the game.
Chelsea beat Aston Villa 2-1 last weekend thanks to two expert goals from Frank Lampard that sealed a top four finish for the Blues. They will end up taking the last automatic Champions League spot if they beat the Toffees, but a loss could see them being overtaken by Arsenal.
Chelsea also come into this game on the back of a nervy Europa League midweek final against Benfica in Amsterdam, which they won 2-1 thanks to Branislav Ivanovic’s last gasp goal, and Everton will be hoping that the Blues’ weariness plays into their hands.
Chelsea’s final game of the season sees them take on Everton this weekend at Stamford Bridge.
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