Chelsea impressive wing back Victor Moses is walking on what could be perfectly described as a tight disciplinary rope that could see him miss one of the blues matches against Arsenal or Liverpool.
Moses already has four bookings which he’s taking along with him into tomorrow’s game against defending champions Leicester City. Another booking will see the 26-year old missing their next league game against Hull City.
Nevertheless, If he should survived without being booked against Leicester City but should pick up a yellow card when the blues faces Hull City, it means he will miss the Emirate FA Cup tie against Brentford.
But if he was fortunate to avoid getting booked against the duo of Leicester City and Hull City but was unfortunate to pick the card against Brentford in the FA Cup, then he will miss the Premier League high profile clash against Arsenal- an important match that would play a big part in Chelsea becoming Champions this season.
The Nigerian international has made 19 appearances for Chelsea this season so far, with three goals to his name. He will however crop a one match ban if he should escape been booked in the tie against Leicester City, Hull City and Brentford but pick up a yellow against Arsenal.
A yellow card against Arsenal means he will miss the high profile top of the table clash against second place Liverpool.
Moses obviously needs to thread with caution this period.