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Clearly, a two-week break between Premier League fixtures has allowed the negative fallout from Newcastle’s 2-0 reverse at Southampton to fester
And with the murmurs of discontent about the team’s performances becoming more audible, the Magpies are in a bit of a flap.
Going on, the Blues are on an 11-match unbeaten run, and a four-fixture winning run as well.
They had also recorded a combined scorecard of 14-1 from their past four games alone, and note that this stretch included two UCL match-ups as well.
In addition, they had also conceded a total of just one goal from their last six fixtures combined, and on the road, they are on a two-game winning run
While their counterparts were winless in five of their last seven overall matches, and they have not kept a single clean sheet in their preceding seven fixtures.
With Steve Bruce’s uber-defensive mindset leading to some uninspiring displays
Newcastle United have actually been leaning a little too heavily on Lady Luck to put points on the board this season.
Of Newcastle’s 10 League goals this term, three were struck from the penalty spot, one was an own goal and a further three were notched after the 84th minute
Although the Magpies will need more than a slice of good fortune to beat in-form Chelsea this weekend.
With their raft of summer acquisitions starting to gel, a more balanced Chelsea were in the midst of an eight-match unbeaten streak in the lead up to the break
Chelsea’s impressive run was accompanied by six clean sheets in eight assignments, while the Blues produced impressive numbers at the opposite end
Of course hitting three or more goals for four games on the spin before the pause button was pressed on club football endeavours.
Hakim Ziyech’s recent rise to prominence on the right flank has made a huge difference
And of course the Moroccan has created more big chances than any other player in the Premier League since his debut.
However, the Steve Bruce’s men lost 2-0 on the road the last match-day, against Southampton. While Lampard’s men registered a 4-1 win at home against Sheffield.