Chelsea hasn't lived up to its seasonal expectations in the English Premier League this year. They currently sit fifth in the table, three points behind Arsenal for the final UEFA Champions League position. If a team struggles this deep into the season and then has one memorable game against Napoli in the UEFA Champions League, does that mean you trust them? I don't. While Chelsea have played better in other tournaments like the UCL, their struggles in the EPL will continue when they play Manchester City on Wednesday at Etihad Stadium.
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