Premier League 29/12/2021

Premier League

Premier League 29/12/2021. Two games are to be played today. Chelsea takes on Brighton at Stamford Bridge and Brentford play Manchester City.

 

Premier League 29/12/2021 - Chelsea v Brighton
Chelsea v Brighton

Premier League 29/12/2021 - Chelsea v Brighton
Chelsea v Brighton

Premier League 29/12/2021 – Chelsea v Brighton

  • N’Golo Kante suffered a knee injury against Aston Villa on Boxing Day and looks set for another spell on the sidelines.
  • Thiago Silva also went off injured in the 3-1 win on Boxing Day and won’t feature against Brighton as a result.
  • Thomas Tuchel has been very cautious using Romelu Lukaku since he recovered from injury so it wouldn’t surprise if he was on the bench again here despite scoring on Sunday.
  • Saul Niguez or Callum Hudson-Odoi may have to play at left wing-back to give Marcos Alonso a rest ahead of their clash with Liverpool in the New Year.
  • Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Kai Havertz are still doubts for Chelsea.
  • Yves Bissouma is back available after missing their 2-0 win over Brentford through suspension on Boxing Day.
  • A late decision will have to be made on Leandro Trossard, who came off in the win with a tight hamstring. Joel Veltman is still a doubt after missing out on Sunday.
  • Danny Welbeck is pushing for his first Premier League start since September when Brighton travel to Stamford Bridge.
  • Adam Lallana may have to be assessed due to the sharp turnaround between matches, while Tariq Lamptey will hope to start at his former club.

Chelsea-Brighton – Premier League 2021/2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

Premier League 29/12/2021 - Brentford v Manchester City
Brentford v Manchester City

Premier League 29/12/2021 - Brentford v Manchester City
Brentford v Manchester City

Premier League 29/12/2021 – Brentford v Manchester City

  • Rico Henry and Bryan Mbeumo are major doubts to face Manchester City due to injury, while Christian Norgaard is suspended for one match.
  • With Vitaly Janelt out with COVID, Frank Onyeka and Saman Ghoddos are pushing for starts in midfield for Brentford, while Yoane Wissa is an option up front.
  • John Stones, Kyle Walker and Rodri all missed Manchester City’s 6-3 win over Leicester on Boxing Day and remain doubts here.
  • There was still no start for either Jack Grealish or Phil Foden after recently being reprimanded by Pep Guardiola for their off-field antics.
  • Bernardo Silva and Ruben Dias would miss out against Arsenal if they are booked here so Guardiola may not take a risk.

Brentford-Manchester City – Premier League 2021/2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

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(7:45pm kickoff unless stated)

CHAMPIONSHIP
EFL01: Blackburn v Barnsley
EFL02: Blackpool v Middlesbrough
EFL03: Coventry v Middlebrough

LEAGUE ONE
EFL06: Ipswich v Wycombe
EFL08: Morecambe v Crewe
EFL09: Oxford v AFC Wimbledon
EFL12: Shrewsbury v Accrington

LEAGUE TWO
EFL14: Barrow v Oldham
EFL21: Swindon v Stevenage

Alternatively select the team name from the EFL sections

Premier League 29/12/2021 - Liga Portugal
Liga Portugal
Premier League 29/12/2021 - Liga Portugal
Liga Portugal

OTHER FOOTBALL – WEDNESDAY 29 DECEMBER

2:00pm INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE – ATK Mohun Bagan v Goa
UK – OneFootball
India – Star Sports 3

Midweek Matches still ON

Premier League
Chelsea v Brighton
Brentford v Manchester City
Manchester United v Burnley (Thurs)

Championship
Blackburn v Barnsley
Blackpool v Middlesbrough
Coventry v Millwall
Bournemouth v Cardiff (Thurs)
Bristol City v QPR (Thurs)
Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield (Thurs)
Stoke v Derby (Thurs)

League One
Ipswich v Wycombe
Morecambe v Crewe
Oxford v AFC Wimbledon
Shrewsbury v Accrington
Sunderland v Sheffield Wednesday (Thurs)

League Two
Barrow v Oldham
Swindon v Stevenage

Scottish Championship
Dunfermline v Inverness
Kilmarnock v Greenock Morton
Partick Thistle v Ayr

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