Chelsea face table topping Man City in tricky trip
The Citizens have enjoyed incredible form at home this season, scoring freely against their opposition on a regular basis at the Etihad. Just this week, City's big 5-1 win over Tottenham helped catapult the side past Arsenal at the top of the Premier League table after Arsenal drew 2-2 at Southampton.
Chelsea failed to seize their opportunity to overtake Arsenal as well after Mourinho's side couldn't score against West Ham at Stamford Bridge. Despite over 30 shots taken, the match ended 0-0, giving City a three point advantage over Chelsea at the top. Arsenal now sit one point behind City and two points ahead of Chelsea.
Ahead of the big match on Monday evening, Mourinho and his players were out training on Friday with one of their latest additions. Mohamed Salah joined the Blues this week from FC Basel and joined his teammates on Friday as the team prepare for their trip to Manchester. Chelsea also announced the signing of young defender Kurt Zouma today as Mourinho looks to bolster his defense ahead of the Premier League's final stretch.