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Chelsea will host Liverpool on Sunday at Stamford Bridge in a key game this weekend.
Both teams will be looking to return to winning ways after losing in the Champions League clash on Tuesday night.
Both sides played a 2-2 draw in the UEFA Super Cup final showpiece last month, with Liverpool winning the game on penalties.
In the corresponding fixture at Stamford Bridge last season, both sides played a 1-1 draw with Daniel Sturridge scoring an 89th minute stunner to cancel out Eden Hazard’s first-half goal.
Since the start of the 2000s, Sunday’s game will be the 61st meeting between Chelsea and Liverpool in all competitions, making it the most played fixture between English sides in all competitions in the 21st century.
Chelsea have had it difficult against Liverpool in recent times as the Blues have only won one of our last nine Premier League meetings with Liverpool (five draws, three defeats).
Liverpool have won five of their last 11 at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League, having previously won one of their first 16 Premier League away games against Chelsea.
Chelsea almost always get a goal in this fixture. In all competitions, Chelsea have only failed to score in one of our last 20 meetings with Liverpool, in a 0-2 defeat at Anfield last season.
Liverpool’s biggest win at Stamford Bridge is 5-2 in 1989/90. Chelsea recorded a 6-1 win over Liverpool – in the 1938/39 Division One.