It was a difficult Sunday following that Tottenham and PSG losses, among other shocking results, but the time is now to pick ourselves up.
Brighton and Hove Albion welcome Frank Lampard’s Chelsea at The Amex in Monday Night Football.
Pressure is on the visitors to deliver after spending about £200m in the transfer window where they recruited Kai Havertz, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Hakim Ziyech and Thiago Silva.
After clinching fourth place last season, Chelsea will be targeting a top seat this time round but with such a new squad, it might take some time to gel.
For Brighton, they may not have fancied to face Chelsea in the opener but this is the right time to play Chelsea before they find their rhythm.
With new signing Adam Lalana in the team, Brighton will be exciting going forward. He will team up with the likes of Maupay, Gross and Trossard to trouble the Blues.
Chelsea will be without suspended Mateo Kovacic while new additions Ziyech, Ben Chilwell and Silva may miss out as well.
Who To Trust? Chelsea were held 1-1 last season at The Amex despite taking a lead through Caesar Azipilicueta. The sides registered the same scoreline, 1-1, last month on August 28 in a friendly after a late own goal canceled out Timo Werner’s fourth minute opener. I am going for both teams to score, check the best odds here.
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