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Liverpool vs Chelsea Live Stream

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  • Venue: Anfield
  • City: Liverpool
  • Match date: 8/5/2012
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Match Preview & Form guide

English league pacesetters Chelsea go to Anfield on Tuesday to contend with Premier League leaders Liverpool. On current form, Liverpool should have the edge over Chelsea despite little to split them in the league table. The Reds are in unstoppable form, having won five games in a row and sit top of the Premier League and will hope to stretch their lead at the top with a win here, while the away team have been in excellent form having won three of their last five games and lie in 2nd position in the table and are looking to cement their Champions League position.

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