Dimitar Berbatov makes scoreline prediction ahead of Chelsea's clash vs Man City
Chelsea play host to Man City on Thursday in the wake of beating Aston Villa 2-1 on Matchday 30.
'This will be a decent game,' Berbatov composes in front of the eagerly awaited conflict at Stamford Bridge. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Regardless of Aguero's physical issue, in any case, the Bulgarian feels that City have enough quality in their positions to win 3-1.
Chelsea will confront their first huge test in the Premier League following the coronavirus rest when they play host to Man City at Stamford Bridge on Thursday and ex-Man United striker Dimitar Berbatov's dooming scoreline expectation is probably not going to go down well with the Blues reliable.
The previous Bulgarian striker expects the conflict at Stamford Bridge to be a furiously serious one yet he feels that Pep Guardiola's side have enough quality in their positions to beat Chelsea 3-1, notwithstanding a physical issue to charm Sergio Aguero.
"This will be a decent game," composes Berbatov. "Chelsea are pushing and they have a decent pad of five focuses in fourth.
"City will need to deny Liverpool the group title for more so they will need to do everything to dominate this match, it will likewise be an assistance to United in the event that they win and will offer them one more opportunity to close the hole.
"City have looked sharp since the arrival, I figure they can in any case improve. It's a blow that Aguero got a physical issue, I love him and the manner in which he score goals, however I think they have a great deal of value players and they will take their risks against Chelsea. Expectation: 1-3."
Having defeated Frank Lampard's side 2-1 at home in the opposite installation prior in the battle, the Citizens will without a doubt start the game as the hot top picks to seal each of the three focuses, yet Chelsea will be upbeat in the wake of finishing a 2-1 rebound win against Aston Villa on Sunday.
Chelsea are as of now five focuses away from closest top-four adversaries Man United and a triumph over City could well be an enormous proclamation of aim from Lampard as the Blues hope to polish off the activity of making sure about Champions League football for the accompanying effort.