The huge match between Chelsea and Manchester city that is pegged to take place today is going to be epic.

The game is going to be a huge contest between two of the largest power houses within premier league football. Chelsea is leading the Premier League table at the moment with a whopping 52 points while Manchester City is only five points behind their rivals with a still impressive 47 points.

To say that the match hasn’t got any history would be an undeniable understatement. Both teams have impressive feats to boast, and neither team will admit that it is inferior in any way whatsoever.

Man City has won the FA cup 5 times while Chelsea has won it seven times. With such rivalry between these two teams the match tomorrow is sure to be a thriller. This will be a match between two truly colossal giants in the world of football.

More games between the two have been played with Man City at home and Chelsea away, while Chelsea has won the greater amount of the bouts between the two, but only just by a hairline margin.

Not only are these teams two soccer forces who shall not be trifled with, but the fans behind them muster quite impressive stats as well. Chelsea was the first team to manage an average of more than forty thousand fans per game throughout a season, while Manchester City along with Stroke City (whom they were playing against at the time) hold the record for the most fans to attend a single soccer match.

With the race for head of the Premier league so tight and the far reaching history that these two teams have throughout their more than one hundred and twenty meetings, Saturdays game promises to be anything but dull.

This could be the point in the season where either of these two soccer clubs gain the leverage that they need to come out on top at the end of the season.

Paul Koroma

I learned all about life with a ball at my feet. Soccer allows me to push the limitation of creativity and express myself without saying a word. Soccer is my addiction. I train. I play, and I repeat every single day.

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