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Chelsea v Everton
Prior to facing BATE Borisov on the road, Chelsea remain unbeaten this season, winning 13 of 16 matches. That includes seven from nine on home turf as they’ve netted 22 goals, with the two exceptions against Liverpool and Man Utd. Everton have enjoyed some success of their own recently as they’ve won three of their last four, though they’re just W3-D3-L9 on their travels in all competitions since 30th December. Meanwhile, Marco Silva’s attacking style of football leaves the neutral observer highly satisfied, but such open tactics against the better teams hasn’t worked in his favour. He’s lost seven of eight winless away fixtures to ‘Big Six’ teams during his time in the Premier League – conceding at least twice in each defeat.
Chelsea have kept a clean sheet in each of their four league encounters with the Toffees over the past couple of seasons, winning three, while they’ve won to nil in four of five league matches at Stamford Bridge since 2013/14. The Blues have actually won seven of eight unbeaten home games across all competitions against Everton since 2011/12, including all three since the beginning of last season by a combined score of 9-1. It’s not just Chelsea that have inflicted damage on the Toffees though, as the visitors are just W2-D8-L16 against ‘Big Six’ teams since 2016/17. The last of these wins came back in January 2017, while on their travels they’re a miserable W0-D4-L10 over this period as they’ve shipped 2.6 goals per game.
Arsenal v Wolves
Arsenal have won 19 of 21 unbeaten matches hosting promoted sides since 2011/12, keeping 14 clean sheets, though six of nine since 2015/16 have seen fewer than three goals as they’ve been more efficient than spectacular in recent times. They’ve displayed more than just cold competence over the past few months however, registering 12 wins from 14 unbeaten matches prior to hosting Sporting on Thursday, while they’ve won six of eight at the Emirates by two clear goals. Excluding encounters with top-three sides Man City and Liverpool, the Gunners have won all four league matches at the Emirates, with three of the vanquished sides above Wolves in the table.
Following a run where they won five of six matches and conceded just the solitary goal, Wolves’ season is starting to stutter and they find themselves in the bottom half of the table after a run of three straight losses. They’ve shipped six goals over this downturn in form, while they’re yet to score more than a solitary strike in any of their five road trips to date. All four of their victories this term have come against teams below them in the table, and with the likes of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in such stirring form, it’s hard to look past the hosts on their current run.
Manchester City v Manchester United
Man City have shifted into another gear since the last international break, winning each of their five games across all competitions by an aggregate score of 17-1. They could have even won some of these by a wider margin, and they’ve been quick off the mark as they’ve been ahead after just 30 minutes in each of these recent outings – already leading within 20 minutes on four occasions. By contrast, United have been slow to start, as prior to visiting Juve they’ve seen their opponents open the scoring in five of six matches across all competitions when excluding their goalless stalemate with Valencia. In fact, four of these games saw the Red Devils already behind within 21 minutes, while a massive nine of Utd’s last 11 league goals have come during the second half.
United are the only team to beat Man City in their last 26 league matches (W21-D4-L1), and also the only side to beat Pep’s charges in City’s last 37 at the Etihad (W30-D6-L1). However, that win away at their rivals last term is just one of two Utd have managed on the road to ‘Big Six’ outfits since Mourinho pitched up in Manchester. The Red Devils are W2-D4-L5 over this period as they failed to find the net in seven of these and shipped at least two goals in six. By contrast, City are W10-D1-L2 against ‘Big Six’ sides since the start of last season, winning four from five on home turf.
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