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Mohamed Salah 'did not get his chance at Chelsea' - Eden Hazard

The FC crew preview the Liverpool-Chelsea clash at Anfield that sees the Reds as favourites according to the SPI.
The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's weekend clash against Chelsea, the La Liga title race, Thanksgiving and more.

Eden Hazard has claimed that Mohamed Salah was never given a chance to prove himself at Chelsea and added that he will look to swap shirts with the Egypt international after the Blues face Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.

Salah has made a sensational return to the Premier League since joining Liverpool from Roma for £34 million in the summer, surging to the top of the division's scoring charts with nine goals in 12 appearances.

His prolific form has surprised many who followed his fortunes...

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Chelsea faces difficult Liverpool task, Manchester City aims to keep rolling

The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's weekend clash against Chelsea, the La Liga title race, Thanksgiving and more.
With their perfect starts still intact, the FC crew debate whether PSG or Manchester City are the better team in Europe.
After a thrashing by Atalanta, Wayne Rooney said that Everton's search for a manager is not to blame for their struggles.

John Brewin previews the weekend's Premier League action and highlights five key storylines in this edition of W2W4.

1. Can Salah sink old club Chelsea?

On Saturday, Chelsea will recognise Liverpool's danger man, though Mohamed Salah's goal scoring form this season might cause some at Stamford Bridge to wonder if they should have got to know the Egypt international better. Salah is the current Premier League top scorer with nine goals. His start has been compared to Luis Suarez's incendiary...

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Conte's formation adjustments will be tested when Chelsea meet Liverpool

The FC crew answer your tweets on Liverpool's weekend clash against Chelsea, the La Liga title race, Thanksgiving and more.
Chelsea's Antonio Conte revealed he is content with his side earning qualification to the knock-out stages of the Champions League.

The 16 months that Antonio Conte has spent as manager of Chelsea has seen great evolution in the team's shape.

Last season began with the manager deploying an adventurous but foolhardy 4-2-4, which was followed by a brief return to the 4-2-3-1, which had been used by his predecessors dating back to Carlo Ancelotti. September 2016's radical switch to a back three then became Chelsea's staple as they romped away with the Premier League title.

The first few months of this season have had similarities...

Tottenham winger Erik Lamela may make first-team return vs. West Brom

Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino insists he's happy that Danny Rose said he was 'fuming' at being dropped for the north London derby.

LONDON -- Erik Lamela could finally return to action for Tottenham this weekend, with manager Mauricio Pochettino believing the winger holds the key to unlocking defensive opponents at Wembley.

Spurs face struggling West Bromwich Albion at their temporary home on Saturday.

And for a third consecutive weekend, Pochettino will ask Lamela whether he feels ready to return to the squad for the first time since last October after a year of chronic hip problems.

If he is not, another run-out for the Spurs...