Chelsea have problems at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea is terrible as hosts at Stamford Bridge this season.
Lampard's team has serious problems at home.
This campaign at Stamford Bridge Chelsea have won only six games. They lost five matches and had three draws.
We expect them as hosts to be better but many times it turned out they are actually worse.
As an example, we can take the game against Arsenal played on 21 January. They led through the game but let Arsenal score two unbelievably lucky goals.
The first one was from the Brazilian youngster Gabriel Martinelli who made a great run and found the net perfectly. The second goal who helped Arsenal to make a draw against Chelsea was by Hector Bellerin who made a shot, that in our opinion Kepa should have saved.
So there is no chance that we are not going to ask ourselves, how are they going to survive against Bayern Munich at the first leg of the Champions League.
Bayern Munich is playing amazing this season. They are the leaders in the Bundesliga table with 49 points.
As guests, they are one of the best teams in Germany. Away from home this season Bayern won seven games, have two draws and lost only two times. Much, much better than Chelsea we think.
Lewandowski scores in almost every game and all of the Bayern players are in top form.
Chelsea will have difficulties in the Champions League round-of-16 against the German giants.
The Lampard's team was robbed by VAR in the last two matches. VAR was unfair to them when they played against the Red Devils at Stamford Bridge. Maguire should have been sent off, but VAR's decision was that he didn't do anything wrong.
In the Tottenham game on 22 February in which Chelsea won 2-1, Lo Celso should have been shown the red card, but again VAR said there is no red card.