Chelsea vs Frankfurt

After a 3-star victory against Watford over the weekend, the Blues are sure to have a place in the top four Premier League and Champions League qualification next season. Maurizio Sarri's teachers can now focus all of their energy on the Europa League front to reach a title for this season. The current form supports the Blues when they have been unbeaten 5 recent consecutive appearances in every arena, including 2 wins and 3 draws. At home, the home team at Stamford Bridge shows their destructive power with a series of 8 unbeaten matches, up to 6 victories. 
Coach Sarri is in good hands. These are two very sharp drilling machines, Pedro and Hazard, who are achieving high performance. In it, Hazard was the brightest team with a total of 16 assists and 15 assists after 36 appearances from the start of the season, leading the scoring list for Chelsea. With such a strong force, Chelsea have shown their strength right in the first leg, they have created a dominant position against the guests even though Coach Sarri did not launch the strongest squad from the beginning. Now, they want to devour the representative of the Bundesliga in the second leg to officially win tickets.

While Chelsea is quite comfortable with the spirit of excitement, Frankfurt is not like that. At Germany's highest tournament, Frankfurt are still struggling to fight a match to protect the fourth place in the league, while the team closely follows behind, Leverkusen is equal, and they are just more M'gladbach and Wolfsburg have only 2 points. With the unfinished in both arenas, Frankfurt is facing an important choice: Either play hand-in-hand with Chelsea, or devote a higher concentration to the Bundesliga.

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