Chelsea vs Liverpool 0-2 Highlights
58' [0-1] Maxi Rodríguez
63' [0-2] Martin Kelly
The England Carlington Cup (CCUP) football matches between Chelsea and Liverpool is set to take place on Tuesday, the 29 November 2011 at 7:45 PM GMT at Stamford Bridge in London. Chelsea have had a poor beginning to their campaign in the top flight. Therefore, they will have to work hard at Stamford Bridge to fight against the 10-match unbeaten Liverpool.
Chelsea have played seven English Premier League matches this season on Stamford Bridge. Winning 5, drawing 0 and loosing 2 matches on home ground, the Blues is standing the 6th place in home team performance in the EPL. Meanwhile, The Reds has experienced 6 EPL games this season away from home, winning 4, drawing 0 and loosing 2 matches. The Reds ranks the 4th place in away team performance in the EPL.
In the last seven seasons, the Tuesday’s match will be the 30th meeting between the two sides. Chelsea have won 12 and Liverpool 10. Kenny Dalglish is unbeaten against Chelsea in 11 matches as the manager of Liverpool and his men are unbeaten in their last 10 games in all competitions. Meanwhile, Villas-Boas’ men have scored in only two of their last five matches with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
Apart from suspended captain John Terry and long-term injury absentee Michael Essien, The Blues seems to have a full squad to choose for the match. Meanwhile, Liverpool is unlikely to recall Craig Bellamy, who missed Sunday’s clash with Manchester City due to Gary Speed's death. The latest news from the two sides unveiled that Chelsea and Liverpool are vying with Inter Milan for the signature of the 19-year-old Brazilian teen sensation Lucas Rodrigues.
Chelsea vs Liverpool Carling Cup 29 November 2011 Highlights: The match takes place on Tuesday, the 29 November 2011 at 7:45 PM GMT at Stamford Bridge in London
The Blues have won the competition against Liverpool four times, including a victory in the final in 2005
The hosts have lost only two games at Stamford Bridge this season
Liverpool have won in only four of their last 20 visits to Stamford Bridge
Liverpool have won the competition against Chelsea seven times, with the last victory coming in 2003