Chelsea’s season is already looking like being another disappointment and the pressure on manager Mauricio Pochettino
to deliver would be cranked up if his team fail to beat bottom-of-the-table Sheffield United on Saturday.
The former Tottenham manager was brought in over the summer to lift the Blues from their poor finish of 12th last season,
but that is exactly the position they find themselves 16 matches into the campaign.
There has been a lack of cohesion among the expensively assembled squad and the London side are struggling to gel, but they should have enough to see off the Blades.
Chris Wilder has been drafted back in at Bramall Lane to give United a chance of staying in the top flight,
but their away form has been so poor that it is difficult to anticipate an immediate improvement despite last week’s home win over Brentford.
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A 1-1 draw at Brighton is all they have to show from their seven away matches since they gained promotion from the Championship
and it is difficult to see a team who have see a team who have scored just four away goals causing much of a threat, so it is worth backing Chelsea to win to nil.