With Manchester City and Liverpool meeting in Gameweek 12, Tammy Abraham (£7.9m) has been touted as one of the names to feature heavily in the captaincy debate.
Chelsea host Crystal Palace on Saturday lunch-time and a 12-point haul last time out for their number one centre-forward has only increased interest in him for the armband.
However, there are some managers put off by the disparity between Abraham’s attacking returns at Stamford Bridge and away from it.
The former Aston Villa loanee has registered 11 attacking returns in as many league matches this season, nine of which have come on the road and only two at home.
As Gameweek 12 sees Crystal Palace make the short trip to Stamford Bridge, we will assess Abraham’s exploits at Chelsea’s home this season to see if he is likely to disappoint his owners there once again.
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How does Abraham’s goal threat differ home and away?
Lessons learned from Gameweek 11
- Bournemouth 1-0 Manchester United
- Arsenal 1-1 Wolves
- Aston Villa 1-2 Liverpool
- Brighton 2-0 Norwich
- Manchester City 2-1 Southampton
- Sheffield United 3-0 Burnley
- West Ham United 2-3 Newcastle United
- Watford 1-2 Chelsea
- Crystal Palace 0-2 Leicester City
- Everton 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur
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