OWEN THINKS THIS IS WHAT WILL HAPPEN BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND CHELSEA

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Chelsea will be away at Anfield as Liverpool host the Blues in the Carabao Cup third round match on Wednesday.

This game comes up between two sides who are rich in form and are yet to lose a game in all competitions this season.

The two sides will meet twice in a space of four days, and while both managers will take this game seriously, they will be tempted to rest players with one eye on Saturday’s clash at Stamford Bridge.

Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen has named the clash a “phoney war”, and he thinks Liverpool will carry the day.

“Liverpool have only won two of their last 14 games with Chelsea in all competitions and those successes both came at Stamford Bridge,” Owen told BetVictor.

“This game might be considered a ‘phoney war’ ahead of their Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening.

“Chelsea lost their 100 per cent record at the London Stadium on Sunday and I feel the Reds will travel to the capital at the weekend having maintained their own perfect start to the season.”

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VICTOR N
Chelsea is more than just a football club to me; it's a passion I share, and my affinity with the Chelsea badge is one that will last forever. As far as watching my favourite team is concerned, I'd rather miss a meal than miss a Chelsea game.

2 Comments on "OWEN THINKS THIS IS WHAT WILL HAPPEN BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND CHELSEA"

  1. I love Chelsea and I think is not difficult for Chelsea to win the two games and get a point from Liverpool tonight,and at Stanford bridge on Saturday,if only the boys n the manager take it serious n do the work that day always do to make me happy
    I love Chelsea

  2. I thank the team manager with its group for the last night game against Liverpool, special thanks to go to hazard our antelope who can run in all corners to achieve what he wants. Hope next Saturday also we shall make it, Bravo team Chelsea and thanks to our icon Hazard.

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