Chelsea has spent $666.7 million to get their season back on track in the 2022-23 season, outspending two of Europe’s top five leagues. Domestically, the Blues have had a terrible season, finishing 10th in the table with only 29 points.
Chelsea vs Fulham: Mykhailo Mudryk, Noni Madueke, and World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez are among those who have joined them. They still need to score more goals if they are to close the gap on fourth-place Newcastle United and finish in the top four by season’s end.
Fulham appears to have depleted their reserves in the last two weeks. After defeating Chelsea at Craven Cottage three weeks ago. Marco Silva’s men will be aiming for a European finish by the end of the season with 31 points. Goals from Aleksandar Mitrovic and Willian have been coming in, and it would not be surprising if the outcome did not favor Graham Potter.
Keep an eye out for the following players:
Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrovic:
Aleksandar Mitrovic is the prototypical No. 9, a traditional, physically imposing striker capable of holding the ball up with his back to goal and finding himself in goal-scoring positions. This season, he has 11 goals and two assists and is a dominant presence in the box.
2. Chelsea’s Mykhailo Mudryk:
He frequently faces the ball to promote safe movement, but he also has the poise, dexterity, and quality to cushion the ball and perfectly set it toward the goal. He spreads his left foot, which is weaker than his right, to set himself up for a right foot spring. He was most likely Chelsea’s most significant January signing and will be a constant threat to Marcos Silva’s side.
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Officials in charge of the game
- Stuart Attwell is the official referee.
- Darren Cann and James Mainwaring are the assistants.
- Jarred Gillett is the fourth official.
- Michael Salisbury, VAR
- Matthew Wilkes is the VAR’s assistant.
The match between Chelsea and Fulham will take place today at 9 p.m. Nigerian time.