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Jason

Closed Swansea v Chelsea

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As much as i hate to say it, this match could be yet another banana skin for us. Because we only seem to beat Swansea at Stamford Bridge, and according to this we have only ever beaten them away from Stamford Bridge on 2 occasions. But as we know records are made to be broken, so i hope that's what happens here.
Season Date Home Score Away Competition
2013/2014
Thu 26 Dec Chelsea 1 - 0 Swansea City Premier League
2012/2013
Sun 28 Apr Chelsea 2 - 0 Swansea City Premier League
Wed 23 Jan Swansea City 0 - 0 Chelsea League Cup Swansea City won 2-0 on aggregate
Wed 09 Jan Chelsea 0 - 2 Swansea City League Cup
Sat 03 Nov Swansea City 1 - 1 Chelsea Premier League
2011/2012
Tue 31 Jan Swansea City 1 - 1 Chelsea Premier League
Sat 24 Sep Chelsea 4 - 1 Swansea City Premier League
1983/1984
Tue 06 Dec Chelsea 6 - 1 Swansea City Second Division
Tue 22 Nov Swansea City 1 - 3 Chelsea Second Division
1980/1981
Sat 25 Apr Swansea City 3 - 0 Chelsea Second Division
Sat 06 Dec Chelsea 0 - 0 Swansea City Second Division
1979/1980
Sat 26 Apr Swansea City 1 - 1 Chelsea Second Division
Sat 15 Dec Chelsea 3 - 0 Swansea City Second Division
1962/1963
Sat 09 Feb Swansea Tn. 2 - 0 Chelsea Second Division
Sat 22 Sep Chelsea 2 - 2 Swansea Tn. Second Division
1929/1930
Sat 12 Apr Swansea Tn. 3 - 0 Chelsea Second Division
Sat 07 Dec Chelsea 1 - 0 Swansea Tn. Second Division 1928/1929 Sat 29 Dec Swansea Tn. 0 - 1 Chelsea
1928/1929
Saturday 29 Dec Swansea Tn. 0-1 Chelsea Second Division
Sat 25 Aug Chelsea 4 - 0 Swansea Tn. Second Division
1927/1928
Sat 17 Mar Swansea Tn. 0 - 0 Chelsea Second Division
Sat 05 Nov Chelsea 4 - 0 Swansea Tn. Second Division
1926/1927
Sat 09 Apr Swansea Tn. 2 - 1 Chelsea Second Division
Sat 20 Nov Chelsea 2 - 2 Swansea Tn. Second Division
1925/1926
Sat 03 Apr Swansea Tn. 0 - 0 Chelsea Second Division
Sat 21 Nov Chelsea 1 - 3 Swansea Tn. Second Division

http://www.chelsea-mad.co.uk/head_to_head/chelsea/vs/swansea_city/index.shtml

Be optimistic buddy.....It is Chelsea :)

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To be honest I'm focussed solely on the Champions League since we are three games away from being crowned champs, but since we have Salah and Matic it makes our Prem run easier to manage.

Cech

Brana - Cahill - Terry - Cole

Matic - Luiz

Salah - Willian - Schurrle

Ba

I start Ashley Cole at LB because he will need match fitness since he'll be playing in the semis in a few weeks. I think Ba is pretty self-explanatory and Matic/Luiz for solidity.

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Unfortunately luiz is better for the big games so he shouldn't play imo.

Matic-lampard pivot has worked for small games

Willian needs a rest, he must be knackered after yesterday, so

Salah - oscar - schurrle (everyone in their true positions)

With Ba upfront (we can't afford to start with torres again, and ba deserves a chance)

Hopefully, liverpool win city and put us strongly back into the title race, then we win here 2-0

I just would love to see Luiz .. ev.body expects to see him benched but I think he'll be our surprise element ;)

we should do something unexpected against a coach like theirs ..

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The league is probably gone but let's try and finish strong just for us, Swansea can be a bogey team and we must be strong as against Stoke :)

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Its not gone yet, if we win our last 6 we finish with 87 points which falls within normal EPL league winning tally since 2005(86-89points)

We have got only 5 to go actually. I believe we can do it. Not a walk in the park but that is always the case if you want to be the champion.

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Th best we can do is win our match and pray for city to lose or atleast draw.

#HOPE.

I can't see Liverpoo even getting close to a draw let alone a win

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If we don't win this we don't desrve to win the league or even be in the race.

We have dropped points there in recent season's, but they were a different animal under Brendan then Laudrup's honey moon period, they have been utter wank since they won the Carling Cup, even Moyesy's United won 4-1 at the Liberty.

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