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2 Changes Thomas Tuchel May Make To His Attack Due To Lukaku And Timo Werner's Injury

Yesterday, Chelsea played a Champions League match against Malmo as they won the encounter 4-0. The Chelsea team was in high spirit as they gave a stellar performance.

In the match, Christensen scored the first goal before Jorginho converted a penalty which made the scoreline 2-0. As the game went on, Jorginho and Kai Havertz made the final scoreline 4-0. At the early stage of the match, Chelsea strikers Lukaku and Werner sustained injuries as they couldn't finish the match.

Romelu Lukaku was forced off with an ankle injury which resulted from a heavy tackle from a Malmo player. On the other hand, the Belgian strike partner Timo Werner was sidelined soon after in the 44th minute.

The injury of both strikers could prove a blow to Chelsea, who are currently leading the race for the Premier League trophy as they are number one on the EPL table.

With the absence of both players heading into Chelsea's next match, Thomas Tuchel must make adjustments for his attacking lineup which would see them continue their fine form. After Lukaku and Werner got injured, Check out 2 changes Thomas Tuchel make to his attack below.

1) Return To A Front 3 Without A Striker

The first change Thomas Tuchel may make to his attack is to return to a front 3 attackers without a central striker.

In previous times, we have seen the Chelsea head coach use a front 3 without a striker. The front 3 players may likely comprise Pulisic who is a winger, Kai Havertz who plays as an attacking midfielder, and Hudson Odoi who also plays as a winger.


2) Playing With A 3:5:2 Formation

The second change Thomas Tuchel may make to the Chelsea attack is the use of a 3:5:2 formation. In this formation, the head coach may likely use Mason Mount and Kai Havertz upfront as both players are known to have very strong teamwork.

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