In order to continue his career in the Premier League FA Cup, Chelsea host modest Brentford at Stamford Bridge in a match for the fourth round of the tournament.
The Italian Antonio Conte has been almost excellent so far in his first season as Chelsea coach, the Italian coach is in search of his first Silverware in England.
This is a more accessible London Derby for the Blues compared to the games against the great London teams in the Premier League. Currently Chelsea are leaders of the Premier, with a difference of 8 points over Arsenal and want to add a victory here, to maintain the goal of achieving his double title.
For their part, the Dean Smith runners are not doing well in the English Championship, come from losing their last two games against Newcastle and Wigan 2-1 and thus have fallen to 15th place with 33 points. They came to this instance thanks to their 5-1 victory over Eastleigh, but this is a completely different game.
The Blues have won half of their previous clashes against Brentford, thus adding up to 6 wins in 12 games, losing 4 and drawing the remaining 2.
In Stamford Bridge Chlesa has won 5 games and lost once to Brentford, the last game being a comfortable 4-0 win; While in the last 4 general confrontations, Chelsea does not know defeats either, after winning in 3 of them.
Thus, Conte has all his squad available for this game, and are candidates not only for playing at home, but for the good game that has developed the team hand of the Italian coach, which has led him to maintain an advantage in The Premier and now for many is who holds the title and now before a modest club as Brentford do not believe that has disadvantages to defeat it and the best would be from the first half, then control the game and not do much wear and tear for the game Of midweek by the Premier against Liverpool. That’s why we are going to Chelsea to win first time and final game.
Chelsea vs Brentford (Pick, Prediction, Preview) – probable teams
Chelsea: Begovic; Nathan Ake, John Terry, Kurt Zouma; Peter, Loftus-Cheek, Fabregas, N’golo Kante, Chalobah; Michy Batshuayi, Willian.
Brentford: Daniel Bentley; John Egan, Harlee Dean, Bjelland; Maxim Colin, McEacran, Woods, Yennaris, Tom Field; Saeyers; Lasse Vibe.