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2 Reasons Why Chelsea Could Go Unbeaten In Their Remaining Fixtures This Year.

Chelsea are top of the Premier League table before the international break, Thomas Tuchel could use this period to prepare for the upcoming fixtures in October, November and December.

The Blues have played 10 matches this season winning 7, drawing 1 and lost 2 in all competitions. They have also kept 5 clean sheets, scored 17 goals and conceded 2 in open play this campaign. They are tip as favourite to win the trophy this season, but the quality of Manchester City and Liverpool could be headache for Thomas Tuchel side.

The squad was face with injury crisis as few of their star players were sideline due to illness and injuries, the likes of Reece James, Mason Mount, Christian Pulisic and N'golo Kante could not feature in important fixtures for the Blues, as they have lost to Manchester City in the English Premier League and they also lost to Juventus in the UEFA Champions League this season.

2 Reasons why Chelsea could go unbeaten in their remaining fixtures this year.

1. Chelsea excellent defensiive record under Tuchel.

Chelsea excellent defensiive record under Tuchel, should be appluaded after an excellent record of 24 clean sheets in all competitions, this statistics proves their consistency in the Premier League and Champions League. The Blues have only conceded twice in open play this season, against English Champions Manchester City and Serie A side Juventus in 10 matches.

2. The Return of all injured first team players could strengthen the squad after the international break.

The return of N'golo Kante, Christian Pulisic, Mason Mount, and Reece James could strengthen the squad in the defense line, midfield and attack. The sharpness needed and competitiveness could build a strong and formidable side that could go unbeaten to end the year. Thomas Tuchel might have selection headache when all the star players are back to the squad.

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