Chelsea must take full advantage of matches with weak opponents.

Chelsea is living rare exciting and joyful days this season.

Round 32

Friday, April 6 Swansea 0-2 Newcastle

(Cisse 5′, 69′)

Saturday, April 7

(London time; + 6 Hanoi time)

Sunderland v Tottenham, 12:45

Bolton v Fulham, 15:00 Chelsea v Wigan, 15:00

Liverpool v Aston Villa, 15:00

Norwich v Everton, 15:00

West Brom v Blackburn, 15:00

Stoke v Wolverhampton, 5:30 p.m

Sunday, April 8 Man Utd v QPR, 13:30

Arsenal v Man City, 16:00

However, even so, Roberto di Matteo and his students also understand that they cannot take their eyes off the Premier League – where their position is not yet secure.

For Chelsea right now, every match is like a final.

Therefore, losing points against lower-ranked opponents like Wigan tonight is a big no-no for Chelsea right now.

In phase one of this season at DW Stadium, the two teams drew 1-1.

Out of a total of 18 confrontations in all competitions, Wigan won the first two matches but since then they have lost or drawn all the time against Chelsea.

With their current strength, the possibility of the away team dreaming of a point tonight is almost impossible.

London also seems like a mismatch for Wigan.

Tonight, Chelsea will not have the services of captain John Terry. The England midfielder once declared that he would play at all costs, but the Chelsea coaching staff did not want to risk him in a match where the door to victory was as wide as tonight.

Two other pillars of the home team, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole, are also unable to play, but they are expected to return in the match against Fulham next Monday.

There is a shortage of personnel, but Chelsea probably doesn’t feel too worried.

Since Andre Villas-Boas left, Chelsea has won 7, drawn one and lost one in all competitions.

Doan Manh