Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel will be looking forward to level up with Man City’s boss Pep Guardiola when both managers clash on Saturday at the Stamford Bridge Stadium.
Before now, both managers have met eight times, of which five was at the German Bundesliga and three while at the English sides.
Pep won four of those meetings in Bundesliga, while Tuchel won all of their three meetings in England, inclusive of a final at the UEFA Champions League where they made a historic meeting.
Only one draw exist between the two managers and that was on March 5, 2016 when Tuchel salvaged his first ever point against Pep.
Tuchel has since then recorded seven wins over Pep, and a victory for the German tactician on Saturday means both managers would have won each other four times each.
Aside recording a level up, it would also mean that Chelsea have what it takes to be crowned Premier League champions as City remains a team to be beaten if any side must win the title.
Both managers last met in the champions league final, where Guardiola’s side were favourite but lost to Thomas Tuchel’s side.
However, the meeting on Saturday clearly shows that Chelsea are favourite, as they have remained unbeaten and look focus ahead of the clash.
Chelsea host Manchester City on Saturday noon at the Stamford Bridge stadium in their sixth premier league matches.
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