Nigerian forward Victor Moses is eagerly anticipating Chelsea’s pivotal encounter with Liverpool in the English Premier League on Sunday, gearing up for his 27th league appearance for the Blues. Expressing his excitement, Moses took to Twitter to share a glimpse of his preparation: “Training in the sunshine. Massive game tomorrow. Come on lads #CFC.”
As Chelsea sits in fifth place, the upcoming match against Liverpool holds significant implications for their quest to secure a top-four finish. Following Tottenham Hotspur’s 1-0 defeat to West Brom on Saturday, Chelsea has a prime opportunity to close the gap.
A victory against Liverpool would place Chelsea just two points behind Tottenham with two matches remaining in the season. The battle for a spot in the top four intensifies, making this clash crucial for Chelsea’s aspirations.
The official for the match at Stamford Bridge will be Mike Taylor, a name that resonates with Chelsea fans, especially Victor Moses. Taylor was the referee who sent off Moses in the FA Cup final last season against Arsenal, contributing to the Gunners’ title triumph. Notably, Taylor previously officiated a contest between Liverpool and Chelsea in 2014, where Chelsea secured a 2-1 victory at Anfield.
As the stage is set for this high-stakes encounter, Victor Moses and his Chelsea teammates are poised to bring their A-game, aiming to secure a vital three points in the race for a coveted top-four finish.