Match Preview - Chelsea V Liverpool

It's time to gather the stats together again, head to head, goals scored, last time out etc etc. Chelsea as we all know are going to be without the suspended Petr Cech for Sunday's match and it is most likely that Hilario will start in his place. In terms of other restrictions the Blues only have Alex and Mikel as doubts. Liverpool have Aquilani out (still sorting out this ankle injury) and with Mascherano having a hamstring problem he is not an option along with Daniel Agger who is still unavailable.

Torres is the best goal threat from both teams, two goals in front of Didhishair Drogba. Fernando Torres also goes into this game on the hunt to claim the credit of reaching 50 goals quicker than anyone in the clubs history.He needs 4 goals in a massive 15 games, how's about that for an incentive?

Chelsea have not managed to get on the score card in the past three league matches with Liverpool which some may find quite surprising. Chelsea go into this match on the back of a league defeat from Wigan. They managed to recover slightly after the result they attained from Apoel. Liverpool however are going into this game directly looking for a solution to the confidence damaging defeat they suffered in Italy. So who is going into this with the real motive? I think it's safe to say that is us.

So we all know the past meetings, the 1-0, the 4-4 etc etc but what are your predictions? Do you think we can do it again down at the bridge this season? Are you worried about the goals being leaked by the defence and feel as though Chelsea may punish? Please have your say.

My prediction this time out is going to be 2-2. I think that there will be alot in store during the game, i also feel Chelsea may get the first goal and that this will cause our turn around. I fully believe we can manage a 2-1 win if this stage was to occur but there's something niggling the back of my mind that we will become too settled towards the end of the game and it'll be one of those last minute equalizer games. I pray this isn't the case and to be fair judging by my score predictions it probably won't be. So there we go...

That's your Ancelotti.







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