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Match in Focus

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Chelsea v Swansea

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Chelsea have won 11 straight home league games
Expert verdict
Swansea have tightened up since Paul Clement took charge at the Liberty Stadium but they look up against it when they face Premier League leaders Chelsea. The Blues made it 11 straight home victories in a row when they beat Arsenal and are likely to prove to strong for the visiting Swans. Back them to ease to another victory.