Kante back, James to start, Predicted Chelsea lineup, (4-2-3-1) against Crystal Palace

Chelsea take on Crystal Palace this afternoon in a lunchtime (12.30pm) kick off at Stamford Bridge. The Blues will be hoping to climb into the top two, by registering their eighth premier league victory of the season.

Predicted Lineup

Formation: 4-2-3-1

Defence

Barring any last-minute changes, Kepa will start in goal as usual.… Read More

Jorginho and Abraham start, Predicted Chelsea lineup (4-2-3-1) to face Ajax

Chelsea are scheduled to entertain Ajax in Tuesday’s Champions League clash at Stamford Bridge. The Blues are currently at the top of their Champions League group on the head-to-head statistic over Ajax and they have the opportunity to register a victory which would enhance their prospects of making the knockout stage of the elite competition.… Read More

Frank Lampard confirms four Chelsea stars are ruled out of Ajax clash

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has confirmed that Andreas Christensen, Ross Barkley, Antonio Rudiger and N’Golo Kante won’t be available for the forthcoming Champions League group stage clash against Ajax.

Christensen is presently nursing a hamstring injury picked up on international duty earlier this month and Lampard has already confirmed that the Dane won’t be available for the remainder of October.… Read More

‘He is on fire’, some Chelsea fans are delighted with forward’s performance vs Wolves

A selection of Chelsea supporters have praised the performance of Tammy Abraham during the club’s convincing 5-2 Premier League triumph over Wolverhampton Wanderers on the road.

Abraham had been in fine run of form before the international break with successive braces against Norwich City and Sheffield United, and he has carried on the run against Wolves with his maiden club hat-trick.… Read More

‘PL ain’t ready’, ‘What a sight’ – some Chelsea fans are delighted with injury return of emerging star

A section of the Chelsea supporters have expressed their delight after witnessing the return of defender Reece James return to full training ahead of the forthcoming congested schedule for the club.

The teenager suffered an ankle ligament injury while representing the England Under 20s during the Toulon tournament during the summer and that has kept him out of contention for a role under Frank Lampard.… Read More

Chelsea, Change & Sarri’s Chances

Chelsea manager

The current state of flux at Chelsea is nothing new, we’ve seen it before and we’ll see it again. By its very nature, this type of organisational change in football comes from external pressure: from shareholders, the competition, supporters, etc and as a result, player’s will be affected. People prefer stability, players are people.… Read More

What’s happened at Chelsea?

Where to start.

Seriously, we were at home to Spurs and we were a goal up. Not just that but we were the best side for the first 44 minutes – and yet we threw it away. In fact, we didn’t just throw it away, we put a ribbon round it, stuck a bow on it and gifted it to a team we’d refused to lose to in the previous 28 years.Read More

Why the summer transfer window will be the most important in the Abramovich era

There is a sense of deja vu among us Chelsea fans as this dismal season enters its final phase. There is an increasing feeling that Antonio Conte is going to join the long list of managerial casualties in the summer, after failing to follow-up on last season’s heroics. It’s been a series of events we’ve seen time and again in the past, but always, the trophies have continued to flow in.… Read More

Chelsea: Patience and Perspective Needed

Chelsea’s first three games of the season looked promising. Even the draw against Swansea could be put down to poor officiating but last night, after some early season dizziness, we came back down to earth with less of a bump and more of a crash. Quite where our expectations have come from I’m not sure, this is virtually an unchanged side from the one that limped home mid-table in May.… Read More

Chelsea 2016/17 Season: what can we expect?

The new season is upon us, we’ve got a new manager (yet again) and a couple of new players but what’s really changed? According to my Twitter feed, not very much.
United and City pat themselves on the back every tweet for their spending prowess and every headline (predictably) has Mourinho as the messiah.… Read More