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Ex Premier League Star Mario Melchiot predicts Chelsea vs Liverpool Carabao Cup final 

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In advance of Sunday’s League Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool, Mario Melchiot has revealed his prediction.

This weekend, the league’s top teams, Chelsea and Liverpool, will compete for the Carabao Cup title.

Mauricio Pochettino, the head coach of the Blues, will be aiming to take home his first managerial honor in this nation.

Jurgen Klopp, on the other hand, is hoping to leave Liverpool in grand fashion as this is his last season in that role. The Merseyside giants still have a chance to win the first four trophies in this campaign and turn it into a fairytale conclusion.

Mario Melchiot, a former defender for Chelsea, believes his old team will defeat Liverpool on Sunday by a close margin.

“Hey, this is the last one. It’s not usually the squad in peak form that prevails on the day of a final, Melchiot said on the Sky Sports News channel (10:14 am, February 22).

“I must admit, I believe Chelsea could have the chance. Perhaps that’s just the fan speaking. I’ll take the 2-1 score.

They need to win the game because I’m a little concerned about penalties.

Liverpool is the team to watch. They have their opportunities, I promise. However, Chelsea manages to win 2-1.

Liverpool versus Chelsea

Following the weekend, Liverpool’s attention will turn to the FA Cup, the Premier League championship fight, and Europa League play. Thus, even in the event that they lose at Wembley Stadium, everything is not lost.

In the meantime, Chelsea and this Pochettino enterprise feel enormously impacted by the trophy’s arrival in two days.

The Blues, who now rank 10th in the league standings, will need to work hard to move up and into a position that is commendable. They are, after all, among the teams remaining in the FA Cup fifth round.

With a loss on Sunday, we fear the campaign will collapse and fade away. Nonetheless, a triumph will validate the direction we’re on under these owners and boost confidence in the locker room.

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