After a superb win in the FA Cup against Manchester City at the weekend, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel will want to sustain that momentum as they seek to sustain their push for a top-four finish.
They face a tricky opponent in Brighton, whose position in the table does not reflect their underlying performances this campaign. Graham Potter’s side have won at Anfield and only narrowly lost at Old Trafford recently.
With Tuchel admitting that talk about the European Super League has been a distraction, it will be interesting to see whether his players are able to keep their focus and secure the three points tonight.
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