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Frank Lampard finally earned his first victory as manager of Chelsea last weekend in a thrilling contest at Carrow Road
Of course definitely also and now it’s obviously time for the Blues legend to face off against another newly promoted club.
Eden Hazard’s departure left them without a talisman, and a transfer ban has resulted in them finally calling upon their huge network of loaned out talents.
Mason Mount has been the standout performer, notching in his last 2 Premier League games to pick up where he left off at Derby last season.
The 20 year old has now scored 7 goals in his last 15 league appearances, and considering his performances this season he looks a good price to find the net here too.
One major concern for Lampard is now shaky Chelsea’s back line looks.
They are yet to keep a clean sheet this season and have already shipped 9 goals in their 4 competitive matches.
On Saturday they face a Sheffield United side that have shown they aren’t afraid of venturing forward in the top flight.
Chris Wilder was adamant that he would continue with the playing philosophy that got The Blades promoted last season, and so far it’s been working out for them.
Sheffield United have found the net in each of their 4 competitive games this season and have picked up 4 points in 3 games in the Premier League.
Of course, this will be their first meeting with a Premier League Big Six side, so it will be interesting to see how they fare against more ruthless opposition.
Either way, we can expect The Blades to put this dodgy Chelsea defence under some pressure at Stamford Bridge, and that could result in a tighter game than many are expecting.
The hosts have kept just 2 clean sheets in their last 8 Premier League matches, while Sheffield United haven’t failed to score in a league game
since March; a run of 14 matches. This makes backing Both Teams to Score look the preferable option here, so we’re going for that
Last weekend’s 3-2 win over Norwich was a stunner for the neutrals, with Norwich equalising twice against their illustrious opponents
And before eventually falling behind a third time to a Tammy Abraham goal 20 minutes from time. It was a much needed win for a club going through a definite transition