Manchester City and Chelsea's upcoming Derby is one of the biggest competition in the English Premier League this week. Chelsea really need to win Manchester City to secure their 4th position in the premier league table. However, in this article, we will see the lineup that could help Chelsea to be more fierce against Manchester City in their upcoming match.
Comparing Chelsea recent performance with Manchester City, one could say that the outcome of their match could be draw. However, a good choice of lineup from Thomas Tuchel could help Chelsea to defeat Manchester City. Playing against Manchester City requires extra caution. Manchester City plays possession games, and use their wingers in pushing attack against their opponents. However, if Tuchel could play Kante and Havertz in the Midfield, Chelsea could hold more control of the ball. Chilwell and Azpilicueta will be in control of left and right back defense to prevent Manchester City attack from side wings. The below lineup could make Chelsea fierce Against Manchester City.
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