Chelsea's consistency to remain at the top in the EPL can only get guaranteed if they adopt the right tactics and formation. A well structured offensive option can yield positive results than a formation lacking substance and foundation.
Thomas Tuchel is not an impulsive coach and has gotten credited for his ability to read a game correctly and provide a suitable tactical solution for his team to escape from falling into a ditch of defeat. But Chelsea's past two consecutive losses could be an oversight on the players part, which got redeemed in their victory against Southampton in Saturday's clash.
Chelsea's October fixtures might seem easy to win, but if the wrong formation gets used, then there is bound to be more losses than wins.
It might be a different tune playing in Chelsea's camp if the three offensive options below get used in the next series of fixtures to get played as Chelsea might win the EPL title and UCL trophy this season.
Can Chelsea keep on the winning track and win the EPL title and UCL trophy this season?
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