Chelsea FC has not had the best of form currently as they have lost two consecutive matches, one against Manchester City and one against Juventus in the Champions League. The defeats have made some lovers of the game of football to question the technical ability of Thomas Tuchel. The question on the lips of many people right now is, can Thomas Tuchel bounce back in the next couple of games.
The month of October is really a busy month for Chelsea as they will be playing six matches in the month of October across all competitions. Can Thomas Tuchel win this matches to win back the trust of thousands of his fans once again?
The games do not give Chelsea enough time to rest, especially towards the end of the month of October. Chelsea will have to play five matches in less than 15 days. This is a source of concern for Chelsea, who has run out of form in the past days
Let us take a look at the fixtures in the month of October.
1. Saturday 2nd October: Chelsea plays Southampton in the EPL, 3:00pm.
2. Saturday 16th October: Brentford plays Chelsea in the EPL, 5:30pm.
3. Wednesday 20th October: Chelsea plays Malmö FF in the UCL by 8:00pm.
4. Saturday 3rd October: Chelsea plays Norwich City in the EPL by 12:30pm.
5. Tuesday 26th October: Chelsea plays Southampton in the Carabao Cup by 7:45pm.
6. Saturday 30th October: Newcastle plays Chelsea in Premier League by 3:00pm.
The games may not be tough ones must presently they are no minors in football. Chelsea should beware of Brentford who comfortably defeated Arsenal at the start of the season.
Southampton is another team that can upset Chelsea FC, as it seems like the teams have known the secret behind the game plan of Thomas Tuchel.
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