Chelsea haven't won a single game under Frank Lampard since his return

Chelsea vs Brentford: Lampard looking to snap winless run in against Bees

CHELSEA are up against Brentford in their next Premier League clash TONIGHT – and they’ll be desperate for three points.

The Blues have yet to pick up a victory in four games since Frank Lampard took over as manager, and they haven’t won a single game since the start of March.


Chelsea haven’t won a single game under Frank Lampard since his returnCredit: Getty
Ivan Toney has scored 19 Premier League goals for Brentford this season


Ivan Toney has scored 19 Premier League goals for Brentford this seasonCredit: PA

A home clash against London rivals Brentford may be the perfect opportunity for Lampard’s Blues to finally pick up some much-needed form.

Chelsea’s search for a new manager is intensifying, with Mauricio Pochettino hoping to take over at Stamford Bridge THIS WEEK.

But before that happens, the Blues just need a win, and it won’t be easy against a Bees side who are also desperate to pick up a victory.

Ivan Toney and Co are winless in six but they sit a place above Chelsea in the table, and they’ll be hoping they can extend that gap on Wednesday night.

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When is Chelsea vs Brentford?

  • Chelsea’s clash with Brentford will take place on TONIGHT – Wednesday, April 26.
  • The game will kick off from 7.45pm BST.
  • Chelsea vs Brentford will be held at Stamford Bridge.

What channel is it on and can it be live streamed?

  • Chelsea vs Brentford will be shown live on BT Sport 3.
  • You can live stream the action from the BT Sport app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

Team news

Kalidou Koulibaly is still out of action for the Blues with a thigh injury, while Armando Broja remains side-lined with an ACL tear.

Lampard may decide to bring Joao Felix and Raheem Sterling back into the starting XI after they made bench appearances against Real Madrid.

N’Golo Kante should also see his run in the side continue, alongside Mateo Kovacic and Enzo Fernandez in midfield.

Pontus Jansson will miss the rest of the season for Brentford with a hamstring injury.


  • Chelsea – 7/10
  • Draw – 113/5
  • Brentford – 21/5

*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.