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The Blues got off to an excellent start to the new campaign beating Burnley 3-1 at Turf Moor, and now the Pensioners have the chance to continue their winning ways when against another promotion team, Leicester.
Chelsea spent big in the summer, and already the Blues look formidable.
Diego Costa is a major addition up top, Cesc Fabregas looks like be a superb signing in midfield, while Felipe Luis has slotted in nicely at left-back.
The addition of Thibaut Courtois in goal has further added steal to the Blues backline.
By contrast, Leicester picked a good point against Everton in their opener, but taking on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge looks to be a much more daunting task.
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