Chelsea will return to Premier League action this weekend with a home tie against London side Brentford.
It will be the two sides’ first-ever meeting at Stamford Bridge, and ahead of the clash, here are some stats, and facts.
Chelsea vs Brentford head to head
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Chelsea are unbeaten in their last eight meetings with Brentford in all competitions (7 wins and 1 draw)
The last time the Bees beat Chelsea was in 1939
Chelsea are unbeaten in our past 17 games at Stamford Bridge in all competitions, equalling a similar run in 2018. The last time we achieved a longer sequence was between September 2013 and April 2014 (20 games).
Chelsea are looking to win six successive Premier League games for the first time since 2019, also a run of six.
Thomas Tuchel’s side have won our last six games in all competitions and 12 of the last 13. The Carabao Cup final shoot-out defeat to Liverpool is the only exception.
Since Tuchel’s arrival we have won six and drawn one of our seven games that have kicked off at 3pm on a Saturday.
The Blues need three more goals to reach 100 for the season in our 50th match. Last term we reached 97 in total in our 59 matches in all competitions.
Chelsea have won six of our seven Premier League London derbies this season, with the exception being a 3-2 defeat at West Ham.
Brentford have lost eight of their last 11 games in the Premier League (two wins, one draw)
With eight games to go, Brentford are 15th, eight points above the relegation zone
The Bees have won 13 points from a possible 45 on the road this season
Just under half (16) of Brentford’s 33 league goals have come from set-piece situations this season
Brentford have conceded more Premier League goals from outside the box than any other side this term (10)
Ivan Toney has scored seven goals in his last six Premier League games, having netted four in his first 19 this season.
Toney has won more duels than any other player in the Premier League this season (219).