Chelsea will get turned over this season, claims Ray Wilkins

The former Chelsea coach says that it is unlikely the Blues will stay unbeaten this season

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Ray Wilkins believes that it is inevitable that Chelsea will lose a game in the Premier League this season.

Talk of the Blues going the entire campaign unbeaten has been gathering pace in recent days after they stretched their run without losing in the league to 12 games at the weekend.

However, former Chelsea coach Wilkins does not believe that Jose Mourinho’s men have what it takes to emulate Arsenal’s Invincibles side from 2003-04.

“I’ve always said it’s impossible,” Wilkins told talkSPORT.

“I don’t think they’ll go the season undefeated. They’ll come up against a club, when they’re a little bit tired after their travels, and someone will turn them over. They’re playing some exquisite stuff though.”

Chelsea travel to Sunderland in their next Premier League game at the weekend.


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