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Chelsea (H) PL - Thurs 4th Mar 2021 at 20:15

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From what I've seen, Tuchel thus far has essentially given them a good shape and organized them well, but they've had little goal threat. This is one where if we can not shoot ourselves in the foot we will do well. 

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24 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

From what I've seen, Tuchel thus far has essentially given them a good shape and organized them well, but they've had little goal threat. This is one where if we can not shoot ourselves in the foot we will do well. 

Kryptonite for us at Anfield these days....

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2 minutes ago, an tha said:

Kryptonite for us at Anfield these days....

But surely they’ll come to play a bit, which should work in our favour. I’d probably take a draw at the moment, as our confidence is so fragile.

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6 minutes ago, Reckoner said:

But surely they’ll come to play a bit, which should work in our favour. I’d probably take a draw at the moment, as our confidence is so fragile.

Other argument is they will be organised and hard to break down with better players at being so than dross like Burnley and Brighton....and with much more threat and quality on the counter to hurt us.

 

Can see this being really, really tough, find it hard to see us winning and have real fear about what they could do to our centre halves.....but that said if we were able to beat them it would be a genuinely very good result, will have taken a good performance to do so and should really help us with confidence and belief.

 

Big, big game.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, an tha said:

Other argument is they will be organised and hard to break down with better players at being so than dross like Burnley and Brighton....and with much more threat and quality on the counter to hurt us.

 

Can see this being really, really tough, find it hard to see us winning and have real fear about what they could do to our centre halves.....but that said if we were able to beat them it would be a genuinely very good result, will have taken a good performance to do so and should really help us with confidence and belief.

 

Big, big game.

 

 

Absolutely a big game.. If we have Fabinho, Ali, and Jota available I’d fancy us. If not I’ll say my prayers.

We could really do with the crowd on nights like this too.

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6 minutes ago, Reckoner said:

Absolutely a big game.. If we have Fabinho, Ali, and Jota available I’d fancy us. If not I’ll say my prayers.

We could really do with the crowd on nights like this too.

Definitely.

 

I'd love to see Fabinho back in the midfield - but the situation at centre half means he'll have to play there and i suppose we just have to accept that now until next season.

 

He did well there v these early in season although he was partnering VVD that day.

 

 

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Deffo a "must not loose" type of game. Chelsea has improved a lot after Tuchel took over so it will be a hard game for sure. Fabinho, Allison, Jota and Keita should be available which should give us a boost.

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4-3-3

 

Alisson; Trent, Phillips, Kabak, Robertson; Fabinho, Thiago, Wijnaldum; Jota, Mane, Salah

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20 hours ago, YNWA-Viking said:

Deffo a "must not loose" type of game. Chelsea has improved a lot after Tuchel took over so it will be a hard game for sure. Fabinho, Allison, Jota and Keita should be available which should give us a boost.

It's a must win if you think we still have a chance of top four. 

 

 

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22 hours ago, 3 Stacks said:

From what I've seen, Tuchel thus far has essentially given them a good shape and organized them well, but they've had little goal threat. This is one where if we can not shoot ourselves in the foot we will do well. 

If our players aim for the head we will hit the foot.

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We play Chelsea at home in 3 and a half hours and the last post before this was just after 10am this morning. Fuck this season. 

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25 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

We play Chelsea at home in 3 and a half hours and the last post before this was just after 10am this morning. Fuck this season. 

And an 8.15 pm kick off

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1 minute ago, Colonel Bumcunt said:

Check out Johnny hourglass here. 

Ha ha , I was brought up on 7.30 night time kick offs , and was a bit miffed when Istanbul went past midnight.

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