The battle continues at the top and bottom of the Premier League this weekend and it doesn’t get bigger than Liverpool against Chelsea on Sunday.
The Blues have an impressive record on their recent visits to Merseyside and the Londoners will be looking to do another number on the Reds this weekend.
Chelsea are unbeaten in their last eight visits to Anfield in all competitions, with their last defeat in the Premier League coming back in May 2012.
It’s going to take a massive effort for Liverpool to break that hoodoo against the Blues and Maurizio Sarri should have his side set up well to frustrate Jurgen Klopp’s men.
The Clarets could do with perhaps one more win to maintain their Premier League status for another season and they might just be able to achieve that victory on Saturday against Cardiff City.
These two teams have only faced each other once in the Premier League and that was the encounter earlier this season, when Burnley secured a 2-1 victory at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Sean Dyche’s side have hit some form just at the right time and back-to-back wins over Wolves and Bournemouth have eased a huge amount of pressure on the Lancashire outfit.
As for the Bluebirds, Neil Warnock is in his familiar position battling for Premier League survival, with the Welsh outfit currently five points from safety.
A defeat for Cardiff would be another nail in the coffin and Burnley seem to have the momentum to be able to get themselves over the line and secure another valuable three points at Turf Moor.