Chelsea have started the season in an excellent form, winning four games out of five and getting a hard-fought draw at Anfield. Since Thomas Tuchel arrived Stamford Bridge on the 26th January, this year no team across Europe top 5 Leagues has kept more clean sheets than Chelsea.(across all competition). The Blues have managed to shut out their opponents in 24 games the next closest is Manchester City with 17 clean sheets.
Chelsea are currently top of the Premier League table with 13 points from five games. Meanwhile, Chelsea are the current holders of the UEFA Champions League title having beaten Spanish Laliga giants Real Madrid and English side Manchester City on their way to clinching the prize last season. The Blues as such should be among the favourites to do it again.
2 Things that could happen to Chelsea if they win against Manchester City in the English Premier League and Juventus in the UEFA Champions League.
1. Chelsea win over Manchester City could give the Blues a firm grip on the Premier League title race this year.The Blues excellent form have already seen them get points from 3 of the "big six" teams in the Premier League this season. Chelsea won against Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspurs and a draw against Liverpool, as this prove they are favourite to win the Premier League title this season.
The Blues won against Zenit Saint Peterburg at Stamford Bridge in the UEFA Champions League to take all three points, and a win against Juventus could be more favourable for Chelsea to top Group H and meet lesser opponent in the knockout phase of competition.
2. Chelsea could go unbeaten against six Premier League teams and two UEFA Champions League games. Chelsea could go unbeaten against Southampton, Brentford, Norwich City,Newcastle, Burnley and Leicester City.While they could also go unbeaten against Malmo FF in the UEFA Champions League home and away.
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