Will Chelsea with the Premier League?

With only twelve games to go in the Barclays Premier League, its clear things are really getting interesting with no less than four teams with a realistic chance of the title. Those four teams are obviously, Chelsea (13/8), Arsenal (9/1), Manchester City (11/10) and Liverpool (8/1) as of a week ago.

With their unbelievable form of late and their outstanding home record it’s safe to say “the little horse” as Jose Mourinho described his team a few weeks ago look more like a Grand National winner. After beating main title rivals Manchester City at the Etihad a few weeks ago in a tactical master class from the Portuguese manager. Things seem to have changed in the EPL, with City’s goals seeming to dry up after astonishing form over the past few months and well Arsenal, doing what they do best at this point in the year and letting their season fall apart, soon they will be out of the Champions league, FA cup and then they’ll be resigned to fight for fourth.

With the transfer deadline having now passed a matter of weeks ago and with The Blues being more active than any other of their rivals, let’s take a look at how they strengthened their squad. After being linked to absolutely everyone, after letting Juan Mata and Kevin De Bruyne leave they needed to make a statement of intent and fill the gaps those players left, players brought in: Matic and Salah. So after splashing Roman Abramovic’s billions on these two midfielders, the question is, what will they bring to this already great team?

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