Alvaro Morata and Romelu Lukaku are sure to be under pressure to lead thier clubs once more into the Premier League title race when the fizzling strikers conflict in Chelsea's standoff with Manchester United on Sunday.

Chelsea forward Morata and United front man Lukaku were the toast of their clubs subsequent to praising closed season exchanges with a flood of goals.

with Chelsea and United trying to keep pace with table leader Manchester City, Morata and Lukaku have lost their midas touch at the wrong minute, putting them under the magnifying lens at Stamford Bridge this end of the week.

Man United Boss Jose Mourinho lavished out £75 million ($98 million) to sign Lukaku from Everton subsequent to inducing the Belgium international to avoid  Blues manager Antonio Conte.

Lukaku was set for a quick begin, netting 11 times in his initial 10 matches played.

but, the 24-year-old ends up amidst an unyielding spell extending back six matches to the finish of September.

Man U fans have become baffled by Lukaku's absence of commitments outside the penalty area, provoking Mourinho to rebuke Old Trafford fans for neglecting to give the striker enough support in a weekend ago's prevail upon Tottenham.

Lukaku reacted to the skeptics by conceding he is as yet a work in advance.

“You can’t judge me as the finished article. I’d rather have a career where year after year I improve rather than going to the top and decline,” he said.


"I know I have a great deal of ability, however I need to have more helps, I need to ensure that when my team is in troubles they can depend on me."

Chelsea Antone Conte However went for Morata after loosing the Morata bid to Mourinho

Morata hit the ground running with seven goals in his first seven EPL Matches following his club record £58 million ($75 million) move from Real Madrid.

But, as Lukaku, the 25-year-old Spaniard hasn,t been able to score in his last six games, procuring feedback for some torpid showcases.

 Morata additionally needed to assert he had been misquoted after a meeting in which he seemed to imply he wouldn't remain with Chelsea for long in light of the fact that he despises London's frenzied way of life.

– High stakes –

In the conditions, Morata and Lukaku could do with quieting the pundits by delivering an invaluable champ at the Bridge.

The two players conveyed robust sticker prices in light of the conviction they were prepared to convey when the stakes are most noteworthy.

That will be the situation in west London this end of the week as champions Chelsea attempt to paw their way once again into the title race.

Conte's side collided with a 3-0 vanquish at Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday, eradicating the force from progressive class prevails upon Watford and Bournemouth.

Joined are five points behind City in the wake of winning just a single of their last three games, in spite of the fact that they made it three straight wins in all matches by beating Benfica in midweek.

Mourinho will seek after better fortunes on his most recent come back to Chelsea — the club where he won three English titles and was sacked twice — after United lost both their visits last season.

Manhandled by Chelsea fans amid United's 4-0 and 1-0 massacres, Mourinho demands he doesn't join uncommon criticalness to the installation.

"It isn't a major thing. It's typical, it's football. One day you are in one club, the following day you're in another club," he said.

Conte, who will give N'Golo Kante a late fitness test on his hamstring injury, concedes Chelsea never again have any edge for mistake on the off chance that they are to redesign United and City.

"Presently there is a major issue for every one of the teams that need to battle for the title and this enormous issue is Manchester City," Conte said.

"On the off chance that they proceed along these lines it will be extremely hard to battle for the title."
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