Chelsea, came better expecte, advanced the 5th round the FA Cup

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Chelsea, came better than expected, advanced to the 5th round of the FA Cup beautifully.

• One is poor form. Two is that the opponent is hot. Three is that the H2H record is still not favorable.
• That makes many sides believe that Aston Villa has the right to pass in this game
. • But it turns out that Chelsea came better than anyone expected. Lot won 3-1 and advanced to the 5th round of the FA Cup.

According to สมัคร ufabet Chelsea have had to regularly play replays in the FA Cup lately, although in the last 3-4 years they have not appeared at all.

Importantly, the statistics show that Chelsea did very well with the rematch game, when out of the last 7 times, only once did they lose and be eliminated. That is, Everton lost on penalties and were eliminated from the FA Cup, round 4, season 2010/11 (Carlo Ancelotti era).

But this match is considered secondary.

However, before this game, it was found that Chelsea will have to walk onto the field being “second behind” Aston Villa in many factors, including the team’s condition, overall form recently. and the story of head-to-head meeting

It was found that Chelsea were unable to penetrate Aston Villa’s back for 3 games in a row.

16 Oct 2022 Premier League was the last time Chelsea shot Villa at Villa Park 2-0 from Mason Mount ‘s goal . From then on…

  • 03/23 Premier League:0-2 Aston Villa
    09/23 Premier League: 0-1 Aston Villa
    01/24 FA Cup: Chelsea 0-0 Aston Villa

Interesting team change

As you know, Mauricio Pochettino still has to face dozens of injury problems, no different than before. And no one knows, not even Poch himself. When this problem will go away.

But consider this game Argentine coach Interesting team rotation Adjust where it should be adjusted and it is considered “wrong” as expected with the actual standing position.

The 3 people who dropped out were Thiago Silva, Raheem Sterling and Christopher Nkunku, while the 3 people who came down were Benoit Badiasil, Noni Ma. Dueke and Nicholas Jackson