Chelsea will take on Man City in the English Premier League this weekend. The match will offer Pep Guardiola an opportunity to get revenge because he lost the UEFA Champions League final to Chelsea last season. However, it should be noted that Thomas Tuchel's men have not lost any match since the beginning of this season. Let us take a look at some changes Thomas Tuchel should make in order to stand a chance of beating Man City in the English Premier League this weekend.
1. Benjamin Chilwell Should Replace Marcos Alonso
Thomas Tuchel has made so many right decisions since he took the mantle of leadership at Stamford Bridge. However, his decision to keep Benjamin Chilwell on the bench is certainly not correct. This is why he should restore Benjamin Chilwell to the starting eleven against Manchester City this weekend.
2. Edouard Mendy should replace Kepa Arrizabalaga
Thomas Tuchel made a few changes when Chelsea played against Tottenham in the English Premier League last weekend. However, he should replace Kepa Arrizabalaga with Edouard Mendy against Man City. This is because Edouard Mendy has the ability to keep a clean sheet against Man City this weekend.
3. A change of formation
Chelsea have played with three central defenders since the beginning of the English Premier League. However, Thomas Tuchel should think about the possibility of switching his formation against Man City this weekend.
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