Chelsea has kicked off the new season of the Premier Leauge with a pair of wins. Can they keep the undefeated streak going when they face Burnley FC on Aug. 27? HollywoodLife.com wants you to catch every thrilling second of this game so click to watch.
At the end of the 2015-16 season, Chelsea watched as Leicester City dethroned them as Premier League champions. The Blues are hungry for another championship, and look to make a quick snack out of the visiting Clarets. Burnley F.C. rolls into Stamford Bridge on Aug. 27 and the game kicks off at 10:00 AM EST, so be ready to watch it all go down.
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Chelsea’s success can be summed up in two words: Diego Costa. The 27-year-old striker from Spain led the team over a 2-1 close call with Watford on Aug. 20, scoring the winning goal in the last ten minutes of the game, per Yibada. It seemed to be a repeat from the season opener against West Ham, as Diego nailed a goal from 20 yards in the 89th minute to push Chelsea past the Hammers, 2-1. If Diego can keep his head in the game, the Blues should go up 3-0 in the Premier League table, as they’re expected to blast past Burnley.
However, don’t count the Clarets out just yet. Though they lost to Swansea City in the first week of the Premier League, they rebounded in a big way. During their home opener at Turf Moor, Burnley took down the mighty Liverpool, per ESPN. They made it look easy, as Andre Gray, 25, set up Sam Vokes, 26, to nail the ball into the Liverpool goal just two minutes into the game. Burley walked away with a 2-0 victory, after Andre netted the second point of the game.
With Manchester City, Manchester United and Hull City the only other undefeated teams in the league, a win at home could blast Chelsea to the top of the table. Can they do it, or will they stumble with a draw or a loss? After defeating Liverpool, can Burnley pull off another incredible victory over the Blues?
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers? Are you cheering for Chelsea or are you going to back Burnley?