Since the commencement of this season's English Football League (EFL), Chelsea Players have been putting in their best to ensure they're topping the premier league table. Despite how the Thomas Tuchel's squad have been trying their best to winning their matches, I am of the opinion that there are two (2) major possible reasons as to why the club might lose their next match against Brentford.
1. The first major reason why Chelsea might lose their forthcoming match against Brentford football club is because of Thomas Tuchel's concurrent featuring of Romelu Lukaku, the striker who was signed few weeks ago. What this reason implies is that Chelsea's manager, Thomas Tuchel, have been starting Romelu Lukaku since he signed a contract with the club. This might be a harm to the Blues in their next outing because the Brentford manager would ensure his defenders give Romelu Lukaku a close marking. Brentford's manager, like many other managers do pre-match, will have studied the tactics and moves Romelu Lukaku takes when in possession of ball, this would aid in attacking him and blocking most of his possible goal chances. If Chelsea's manager will start another player in place of Romelu Lukaku in their next outing, the club might possibly win.
2. The second major reason why Chelsea might lose their next match against Brentford is because the latter have been giving other top clubs tough time this season. When Brentford played against Mikel Arteta's Arsenal, the club won massively with two goals. When the almighty Liverpool was also played against by Brentford, it was a 3-3 draw game. Brentford, unlike in the past, is a club getting tougher on a daily. In their most recent match against West Ham United, they also won on a 2-1 count. For the fact that they've been (to some extent) unbeatable and 7th in the premier league table, Chelsea might find them a hard nut to crack come 16th of October.
Chelsea Fans, do you think Chelsea have higher chances of winning against Brentford? If yes, why do you think so?
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