In their first league match since being dethroned by Manchester City, Chelsea travel to Lancashire to face Sean Dyche’s high flying Burnley side at Turf Moor. In their first meeting this season, the Clarets destroyed Chelsea 3-2. Two Sam Vokes goals on either side of a Stephen Ward strike sent Burnley up 0-3 before the end of the first half. Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas then got sent off, further compounding their problems. Little did they know that it would be a sign of things to come and Chelsea have never really hit the heights of last season. They now find themselves at fifth place with 60 points to their name, 8 points behind Tottenham Hotspur who have played an extra match. Burnley on the other hand, have had a spectacular season. They are currently seventh on the table, 2 points behind Arsenal and 3 points away from a Europa League qualifying place. We take a closer look at both […]