Chelsea is going to face a very tough test on the 29th of September as they would be locking horns with Juventus in the Champions League group stage. The match would likely produce a lot of entertaining highlights as both teams are very good both defensively and offensively.
Chelsea head coach would likely head into the match with some of his top players like Lukaku, Ngolo Kante, Rudiger, and others. On the other hand, Juventus would also go into the match with their top players like Chiesa, Ramsey, De Ligt, and others.
Thomas Tuchel would be hoping for a stellar performance from his team as he would be expecting his side to convert most of their chances in the game. Ahead of the match, check out 3 ways Thomas Tuchel may lineup his attack.
1) Pairing Lukaku With Ziyech And Kai Havertz
The first way Thomas Tuchel may lineup his attack in the match against Juventus is by using a front trio comprising of Lukaku, Kai Havertz, and Ziyech. All 3 players would do well in the frontline as they are very good at converting goal-scoring chances.
Ziyech is very good with long balls which he can use to create chances for Lukaku due to his passing accuracy. Kai Havertz is also very dangerous in opposition defense as he is very calm and intelligent when he is with the ball most of the time. Lukaku on the other hand is currently one of the best strikers in the world. The striker is known for his shot power, strength, stamina, and other amazing attributes.
2) Playing Timo Werner And Lukaku
Thomas Tuchel can also lineup his attack by combining the attacking prowess of both strikers in the forward line. Timo Werner has pace and good passing accuracy which he can use in creating a lot of goal-scoring chances for Lukaku.
3) Combination Of Kai Havertz, Hudson Odoi, And Ziyech Along With Timo Werner
Chelsea manager may also play against Juventus using Timo Werner as a false 9 which would see him pair with Havertz, Odoi, and Ziyech as all 4 players would havoc against the Juventus defense.
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