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Last weekend marked the Premier League debut of Frank Lampard as a manager, but it wasn’t exactly the fairytale ending that Chelsea fans were hoping for from their club legend.
The major problem, unsurprisingly given the scoreline, was at the back. Every single time The Red Devils launched a counter-attack the Chelsea back line parted like the Red Sea
and it’s something that will have to be dealt with again when they face the threat of Jamie Vardy.
That being said, Chelsea looked a much improved team in their UEFA Super Cup clash against Liverpool
and while they lost that tie on penalties they can take some heart from the performance in Istanbul.
They’ll also take some weary legs from the match though, with 120 minutes of football played and a long round trip to Turkey.
Leicester didn’t show their full attacking credentials in their opener either, playing out a dreary goalless draw at home to Wolves.
In fairness to the Foxes, they did press for the win at the King Power Stadium
but ultimately couldn’t find their way past that rock solid Wolves back line.
With Chelsea set to attack from the outset, finding openings shouldn’t be a problem for Brendan Rodgers’ side
and they have a good recent record against Chelsea to draw confidence from.
They beat The Blues at Stamford Bridge back in December and are unbeaten in normal time in their last 4 meetings with them.
They also haven’t lost at Stamford Bridge since 2016, so the signs are promising for the visitors.
However Chelsea might have been improved in midweek, but their performance last week can’t be glossed over and the additional travelling is bound to have an impact.
Not to mention the fact that they’ve only won 1 of their last 6 Premier League games
and even at Stamford Bridge they have only won 9 of their last 16 league games.
Meanwhile, Leicester have only lost 2 of their 5 Premier League away days since Rodgers took charge, and one of those came against Manchester City
And The Blues boss oversaw a catastrophic 4-0 defeat away to Manchester United, and while the scoreline was harsh on Chelsea it certainly raised some pressing concerns.