Chelsea’s next five games after the international break

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The Blues have some tough games after the international break.

Chelsea travel to the Etihad Stadium after the international break on November 23 to face defending champions Manchester City, who are placed fourth on the table.

The Blues then travel to Spain for an important Champions League game against Valencia on November 27. Chelsea will qualify for the knockout stage of the Champions League if we beat Valencia by at least two goals.

The Blues return to Stamford Bridge on November 30 for a Premier League game against West Ham.

Chelsea welcome Aston Villa to Stamford Bridge on December 4, a game that will see Chelsea legend John Terry return to Stamford Bridge. Terry is the assistant manager at Aston Villa.

The Blues then travel to Goodison Park to face Everton on December 7.

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2 Comments on "Chelsea’s next five games after the international break"

  1. It’s good Chelsea is better away than at home. If they can’t beat ManCity, they shouldn’t lose to them. They should take into account
    *their defeat to Liverpool and would want to revenge on Chelsea.
    *Chesea should also remember the 6-0 defeat to them last season.
    They should prepare well for them. Choose only the best starting XI. If necessary, 3-4-3 system should be played against them.

  2. Since Frank Lampard emerged as Chelsea’s coach, he has never defeated any of EPL top 4 team despite his efforts. Liverpool has defeated Chelsea two times this season as well as Man united despite their poor form and this is really not good .Therefore, he must change his tactics and come up with another first eleven players that can give us positive result.Thank God, some of our injured players are back.
    I will like to see James and Emerson in the 1st 11 against Man city.

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