Chelsea has been wonderful in the premier league they occupy the 4th position on the log after 13 matches played this season, Chelsea had drawn two matches, lost three and won eight of their matches in this current campaign.
In the champions’ league Group H, they lost their first match in the opening day and had won two and drawn one of their last three matches in the champions league. Chelsea and their opponent Valencia have 7 points each; this fixture will be a very serious decider for both teams to know who will make it get to the knockout stage.
These are some of the players that will not be available for the match due to injuries they are namely: Antonio Rüdiger, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Marco Van Ginkel and Ross Barkley.
Valencia who are occupying the tenth position on the La Liga table after winning five matches, drawing five and losing four matches and 14 matches played in this current season while in the champions’ league Group H they occupy the third position having played four matches in this champion’s league campaign winning two matches drawn one and lost one; scoring six goals and conceding five.
VALENCIA PLAYS THEIR MATCHES COMFORTABLY AT HOME
Valencia who plays their matches comfortably at home will like to reciprocate the unbeaten home form this period in this match. The few players will likely be missing out of the match due to injuries they are namely: Piccini, Kondogbia, Piccini, Diakhaby, Sobrino Guedes, Cheryshev and Coquelin.
Looking at how these two teams had fared of recent it is likely that the stronger team may coast home the available three points at the end of the match. Chelsea may likely win or better still it ends in a draw.