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Chelsea vs Aston Villa EFL Cup LIVE Football Score 22 Sept 2021

Chelsea vs Aston Villa EFL Cup LIVE Football Score 22 Sept 2021

 

MATCH INFO

Start date: 22 Sept 2021 23:45
Location: London Venue: Stamford Bridge

ABOUT THE MATCH

Chelsea is going head to head with Aston Villa starting on 22 Sept 2021 at 18:45 UTC at Stamford Bridge stadium, London city, England. The match is a part of the EFL Cup. Chelsea played against Aston Villa in 1 matches this season.

After an unbeaten start to the Premier League season, Chelsea will look to kickstart their EFL Cup campaign with a victory on Wednesday, when they welcome Aston Villa to Stamford Bridge.

The visitors have already been through a round of the competition, thrashing fourth-tier Barrow 6-0 in August, while both sides come in on the back of 3-0 victories in the Premier League

After his appointment as Chelsea manager in January, Thomas Tuchel guided the Blues to the Champions League title and a fourth-placed finish in the Premier League last season.

They will likely have headed into the new league campaign with the hopes of prevailing in the title race, and they currently occupy the summit of the table with 11 points from their opening five outings.

That comes down to equal efficiency at both ends of the pitch, having only conceded one goal from their five games while just one side have scored more than the 12 goals that Tuchel’s men have netted so far.

The Champions League winners come into Wednesday’s cup clash on the back of a dominant 3-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in Premier League action on Sunday, as Thiago Silva, N’Golo Kante and Antonio Rudiger all got on the scoresheet in the second half.

That win further improved Tuchel’s eye-catching record as Chelsea boss, having now won 26 of his 38 games in charge, while only losing five and conceding 23 goals, and he will be keen to push for every possible piece of silverware this season, as they make their first appearance in this year’s EFL Cup.

They will likely have headed into the new league campaign with the hopes of prevailing in the title race, and they currently occupy the summit of the table with 11 points from their opening five outings.

That comes down to equal efficiency at both ends of the pitch, having only conceded one goal from their five games while just one side have scored more than the 12 goals that Tuchel’s men have netted so far.

The Champions League winners come into Wednesday’s cup clash on the back of a dominant 3-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in Premier League action on Sunday, as Thiago Silva, N’Golo Kante and Antonio Rudiger all got on the scoresheet in the second half.

That win further improved Tuchel’s eye-catching record as Chelsea boss, having now won 26 of his 38 games in charge, while only losing five and conceding 23 goals, and he will be keen to push for every possible piece of silverware this season, as they make their first appearance in this year’s EFL Cup.

n the recent league meeting between these two sides, Tuchel’s men came out with a dominant victory, as Romelu Lukaku hit a brace alongside a Mateo Kovacic goal, but they again bounced back to dish out a 3-0 thrashing of their own last time out.

The Midlands outfit took on Everton on Saturday, and Matty Cash and Leon Bailey found the net quickly either side of a Lucas Digne own goal in a rampant 10-minute spell in the second half to see them leave Goodison Park with newly-found confidence.

They progressed to this stage of the competition with a dominant win over League Two side Barrow, as prospect Cameron Archer hit a hat-trick alongside an Anwar El-Ghazi brace and a Frederic Guilbert goal.

Having been handed a particularly tough draw, Smith’s men will look to gain revenge for their Premier League defeat and dump the heavily-fancied Blues out of the competition to strengthen their bid for the trophy.

 

 

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