แทงพนันบอลออนไลน์ In less than two weeks, Chelsea has damaged both its Premier League and Champions League chances. After a triumphant 6-0 drubbing of Arsenal last month, Jose Mourinho’s team looked set for a strong finish and was expected to fight toe to toe with Manchester City and Liverpool in a three-way battle for the league title.
รับพนันบอล But Chelsea then slumped to a surprise 1-0 loss at the hands of Crystal Palace before poor defending led to a 3-1 defeat at Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinals. The Blues are facing a tricky domestic encounter on Saturday as a resurgent Stoke side travels to Stamford Bridge on the back of three consecutive wins.
Ahead of Sunday’s match at West Ham, Liverpool leads second-place Chelsea by two points while Manchester City is four points off the pace, with two games in hand.
Here are five things to know about this weekend’s Premier League matches:
บาคาร่าออนไลน์ A veritable who’s who of U.S. national team stars took the field for training at Sun Devil Soccer Stadium on Monday, from Landon Donovan to Clint Dempsey to Michael Bradley. As recognizable as those faces were among the sea of players, it was the presence of some exciting young prospects that drew a sizable chunk of the attention ahead of Wednesday’s USA friendly against Mexico.
บาคาร่าออนไลน์ GClub Julian Green was the headliner of choice for the assembled media, and with so little known about the national team newcomer, there was a clear desire to get to know the Bayern Munich starlet. Jurgen Klinsmann chose to keep Green shielded from the growing buzz about his national team inclusion, so the 18-year-old was kept away from media availability on Monday, and won’t be speaking to the media until after Wednesday’s friendly, when he will presumably make his national team debut.
“We don’t want to put any type of pressure on him or too high expectations,” Klinsmann said of Green. “At the end of the day, he’s a player to be developed, developed mainly in his club from one point to the next. We’re going to help this development and how fast everything can then proceed is up to him.
“We want to just see him being welcomed by the group, which we already did,” said Klinsmann. “We want him to grow into that group and I think the players will help him tremendously doing that because it’s always been a strength of any American team to welcome new players, young players into the group.