Chelsea duo to lead Premier League charge

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For those who witnessed the brilliance of Chelsea's first-half strikers live, or on-air, there is a predominant sleeping giant in the partnership of Romelu Lukaku and Victor Moses.

Wealth would be guaranteed if one was to gain a penny for whenever the commentator said 'great work from Moses to Lukaku', 'good link-up play' and 'and effective partnership is in the cards'.

In the last match against Inter Milan, Chelsea had a firm grasp on the game, and the Italians, well, arguably could have preformed better.

Nevertheless, the star performances from both Moses and Lukaku were hugely applauded and evidently admired by Jose Mourinho.

Chelsea haven't added to their striking calibre so far this summer, but they could however, still capture Wayne Rooney.

The England international has grown tired of the treatment at Old Trafford and looks set to leave United.

In essence though, Chelsea look strong.

Fernando Torres will have a last chance to regain his status quo, or at least, impress the Special One. This may be a challenge with the current forms of Moses and Lukaku.

The skill alone that the Belgian footballer possesses is impressive enough, and he is bound to secure many goals in the upcoming season. But it looks like Moses can provide the deliverance for the final ball in - something that we have seen Lukaku take advantage of.

With this in mind, Chelsea have yet another dimension for opposition to overcome.


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