Liverpool will be hoping to celebrate their Premier League by winning the match when they welcome Chelsea today at Anfield. It is the least the players could do to appreciate the head coach who has work tirelessly to make them win the league this season.

Chelsea will be facing Liverpool at their home as the game is paramount for the Blues to secure a Premier League top-four finish but for the record; Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 58 premier league home matches.

Chelsea boss,  Frank Lampard said he will be expecting the “Strong Liverpool” he had seen in the part of the season in a press conference.

 Chelsea who had won three out of their last five matches will be hoping to secure their position in the top-four premier league chase.  

Team News :

Liverpool may feature James Milner who had an hamstring in recent games when they face Chelsea at Anfield. Jordan Henderson (Knee) and Joel Matip (Foot) will not be able to play.

Chelsea have no fresh injury issue but N’Golo Kante, Billy Gilmour and Fikayo Tomori will still remain sidelined.

Liverpool possible lineup: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Keita, Fabinho, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Mane.  

Chelsea possible lineup: Kepa, Azpilicueta, Zouma, Rudiger, James, Jorginho, Kovacic, Alonso, Willian, Giroud, Pulisic.

Liverpool vs Chelsea Head to Head (h2h)
Liverpool               vs         Chelsea
Total wins 21             Total wins 20    ( Draw 4)
Home 14                    Home 14
Away 7                       Away 6      

Liverpool vs Chelsea previous results :

Liverpool vs Chelsea: 1-1 (2017)
Chelsea vs Liverpool: 1-0 (2018)
Chelsea vs Liverpool: 1-1 (2018)
Liverpool vs Chelsea: 2-0 (2019)
Chelsea vs Liverpool: 1-2 (2019)

Liverpool vs Chelsea Prediction:

The previous performance of Liverpool may seem disappointing but we expect Liverpool to grab a win in this match. 

The home advantage is in their side and they are good at creating chances (2.33) and this way they will be able to score against the Blues which have shown some porous defence in recent matches(1.36- average goals per match)

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