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Chelsea face West Ham in London derby


Chelsea will take the short trip to Stratford on Saturday to take on West Ham at London Stadium, their current home.

The two capital sides are at opposite ends of the Premier League table: Chelsea are on an incredible seven-game unbeaten run in the league, and currently sit in third spot.

Their West London rivals, however, are second-bottom and without a win in eight league matches.

The two teams last faced each other in March, again playing a Premier League match at the London Stadium.

Goals from Eden Hazard and Diego Costa secured Chelsea a two-goal lead, right up until the final minute, when the Hammers scored a consolation goal.

In fact, Chelsea have got a great record against West Ham away in the Premier League, having won seven and drawn one of their last ten games on the road.

There is no team in the Premier League that Chelsea have beaten more times away from home.

Former Everton and Manchester United manager David Moyes was brought in to help West Ham get back on track after their poor start to the Premier League campaign, but he has yet to win in four matches.

It looks unlikely that he will turn his record around against Chelsea, a team he last beat as a manager over five years ago in 2012.

Antonio Conte, on the other hand, will be encouraged by his recent nomination for the Manager of the Month award, and will be hungry to build on Chelsea's great few weeks.

The match kicks off at 12.30pm UK time on Saturday. Check out BridgeKids soon after for a full match report!

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