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How should Chelsea line up against Liverpool at Anfield on Tuesday night?

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Following the weekend's fun little diversion and 4-0 FA Cup win over Brentford — Chelsea's tenth win in a row at home — the Blues hit the road for an all-important trip to Anfield.  Liverpool were the last team to beat Chelsea at home; we can now return the favor.  In some circles this is being called a title decider, but that's surely a misnomer.  A Chelsea loss would decide nothing, though a Chelsea win, if then followed by another win on the weekend against Arsenal at home would essentially confirm that the title is coming back to the Bridge after a one-year hiatus.

But let's not get ahead of ourselves.

First on the agenda are Liverpool, who have lost three (3!) straight home games to the likes of Swansea and Wolves.  In fact, Klopp's men have just 1 win in the 8 games played since the New Year.  Nothing would get them back on track as much as a win against the Premier League leaders would.

An almost fully rotated squad took to the pitch on Saturday, so everyone should be fit, healthy, and ready to go.  There are no suspensions.

Choose wisely.

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