Chelsea have to prove their worth

By on April 16, 2010

Carlo Ancelotti

By Guest Writer Steven Georgiou.

Many may argue that Chelsea have already won the title with Arsenal and Manchester United both slipping up respectively in the last week. It could not be more inaccurate.

In fact, if the Blues don’t get a point tomorrow against Spurs and Manchester United do what I believe they WILL do, which is win at Man City, then things may be getting a little messy. Chelsea still have to play slight bogey team Stoke and then Liverpool away. Very tough fixtures in a season more competitive then ever before.

Chelsea are riding on momentum, and can hope the possible returns of Essien and Ashley Cole for the final games of the season will help them soldier through. This is what champions are made of. Four wins and the title is all wrapped up and sent to Kings Road. There is no room for complacency and sometimes other results can motivate the squad to win their first double in the clubs history.

Spurs away is now a tough fixture, but with the fatigue of the cup semi final and the victory over their rivals in midweek could give Chelsea a slight edge. But I still don’t believe the Blues can do it.

Despite a phenomenal record against the top four this season, Ancelotti seems to get these fixtures slightly wrong. That is why realistically I believe the fixtures will pan out like this;

Man City vs Manchester United – Man Utd to win

Spurs vs Chelsea – Draw

Wigan vs Arsenal – Arsenal to win.

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One Comment

  1. Stibbs

    April 16, 2010 at 6:51 pm

    We only need 3 wins, right? (or 2 wins and 2 draws if our goal difference stays above Man U’s)

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