Two Premier League clubs – Chelsea and Liverpool will battle themselves for the second time this week.
The Reds are looking to redeem themselves at Stamford Bridge, having lost to the Blues in the EFL Cup competition on Wednesday.
In our first post, we suggested that the crunch tie would witness great and lovely attacking moves from both teams.
Here are other things to expect from both side on Saturday.
Both goalkeepers are likely to concede
With the current quality of players in both teams, there are limited chances that there will be a clean sheet for Kepa Arrizabalaga or Alisson Becker.
Despite the two goalies’ impressive performances so far this season, they are tipped to concede on or two goals on Saturday.
There would be rash tackles and many bookings
It is inevitable, Chelsea and Liverpool are top clubs and there is an intense and electrifying atmosphere that always accompany the fixture.
The officials definitely have a job on their hands on Saturday as we’re set to witness another encounter that would be filled with rash tackles, career-threatening tackles.
Since 2013/14 season, this fixture has witnessed a close scoreline with just a goal separating the two.
Just like the EFL clash on Wednesday, the winner of this clash might take the day with just a goal-margin. However, there is a great possibility that the game will end up in a draw.