Swansea City vs Chelsea Prediction Head to Head Preview Who Will Win, PREMIER LEAGUE April 9, 2016 • 15:00 • Liberty Stadium, Swansea.
The last time Chelsea played Swansea, it was the opening day of the season and there was much seek after the Blues. All things considered, this was the primary amusement back for the supreme Premier League champions and this was the principal test for Jose Mourinho’s side in their offer to hold their crown.
Nonetheless, things didn’t go entirely as arranged. Chelsea drew the amusement 2-2 as Thibaut Courtois was sent off and the club’s medicinal group were censured for their treatment of Eden Hazard’s late damage.
The outcome set off a progression of descending results which finished in Mourinho leaving the club and, despite the fact that Guus Hiddink has subsequent to figured out how to turn the tide fairly, the Blues will be urgent to secure a win when they confront the Swans at the end of the day this weekend as they keep on pushing for European football.
Saturday evening will see a meeting between two groups who had high trusts toward the begin of the season and along these lines self-destructed embarrassingly. There’s not an extraordinary arrangement to play for.
Swansea City vs Chelsea Prediction Head to Head Preview Who Will Win
It’s really protected to say that Swansea’s 2015-16 battle has not gone entirely as arranged. After yet another season of praiseworthy advance a year ago, this time around they were hoping to continue enhancing and challenge for European places under media sweetheart and Garry ‘Future England Manager’ Monk. Obviously, the takeoff of Wilfried Bony had blunted them to some degree, however the last part of last season saw Bafetimbi Gomis blast into shape and recommended that the Swans still had enough about them to proceed with their upward direction.
Clearly not: regardless of a promising begin to the season, in which Chelsea were completely defeated at Stamford Bridge and Manchester United beaten (but fortunately) at the Liberty Stadium, things rapidly went south. Gomis lost all certainty and made it clear that neither head nor heart were available at the club, with Chinese sides over and over reaching to offer more cash than he can long for; flying winger Jefferson Montero clearly wore out, further blunting their assault (when I saw him in Ecuador in November, he could scarcely run); Monk was unceremoniously sacked by means of the media, continued sitting tight for two days to hear administrator Huw Jenkins instruct him to his face, and the chase for a successor kept going a crazy timeframe. When new manager Francesco Guidolin arrived, Swansea were battling for their lives.