Chelsea is now experiencing off-field issues as a result of the sanctions levied by the UK government, the European Union, and the Premier League on owner Roman Abramovich and the club.
Chelsea has been in fantastic form since the suspension, going six games without defeat in all competitions, and they don’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon.
Here I’ll give you a preview of Chelsea’s next five games.
The players are presently on international duty with the national team, participating in World Cup qualifications and international friendlies.
Following the break, Brentford, a London rival and newcomer to the Premier League, will face Chelsea. If the Blues want to finish in the top three spots in the Premier League table, they must win this game. Chelsea’s next encounter will be in the Champions League against Real Madrid, who have won the title 13 times.
Chelsea will play the Saints at St. Mary’s Stadium on April 9th. Southampton might be a difficult match for Chelsea, as Thomas Tuchel may choose to rest certain players ahead of their Champions League quarter-final second leg against Real Madrid. However, the outcome of the first leg will influence that choice.
The Blues’ next match will be the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals against Real Madrid. Chelsea will face Leeds United in a premier league match on Easter Sunday. The Premier League guys have been struggling for weeks, so the Blues may simply walk over them.
Chelsea should have little trouble defeating the aforementioned opponents in the Champions League quarterfinals, with the exception of Real Madrid. The blues should be able to win all five games if all of their players are healthy.
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