Chelsea vs Lille – UEFA Champions League:Chelsea come into this last round of the Champions League’s group stage
Chelsea vs Lille – In 3rd place of Group H, with the same 8 points as Valencia and 2 points away from Ajax, thanks to a record of 2 victories, 2 draws and 1 loss, having scored 9 goals and conceded 8.
The “Blues” need a victory to advance on this competition, knowing they could already attack the January transfer window confidently.
On the last round of the Premier League, Lampard’s team lost by 3-1 on the visit to Everton and that confirmed their poor moment of form, with only 1 victory on their last 5 matches.
Lille is in last place of the group with only 1 point conquered on the 5 rounds played so far, that was picked up on the draw at home against Valencia (1-1) on the 3rd round.
The French side was clearly behind the competitiveness offered by the other opponents of this group and they can’t even fight for the access to the Europa League anymore, which means they come into this match only to play for pride and try to gain some money, resultant of a draw or a victory on the group stage of this competition.
The ratio of 3 goals scored and 12 goals conceded is illustrative of what Lille has done in the Champions League.
On Ligue 1, the team has been recovering in the standings, coming into this match after 3 victories, all of them by 1-0, against Dijon, Lyon and Brest.
I predict a strong start in this match from Chelsea, who are forced to win and will not want to suffer an upset here, even because against them will be a Lille side that is very modest and won’t be fighting for anything coming into this last match.
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The “Blues” aren’t going through their best period of the season, but this is a hugely important match, both sportingly and financially for the club.
That way, I expect a dominating performance from Frank Lampard’s side, that, with the support of their fans, should be able to go into half-time already with an advantage and confirm their victory at the final whistle of the referee Anastasios Sidiropoulos.