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Chelsea were in super form before the last international break as the Blues were on a winning streak in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Frank Lampard’s side has returned from the break and have been unable to get a win in three games. Chelsea were beaten 2-1 by Manchester City, the Blues then played a 2-2 draw away at Valencia in the Champions League before suffering another defeat at home to West Ham during the weekend.
Check out Chelsea’s next five games: at home to Aston Villa on Wednesday, then an away trip to Everton on Saturday, followed by an all important Champions League clash against Lille at Stamford Bridge on December 10. The Blues will then host Bournemouth in the Premier League on December 14th before visiting neighbours and Jose Mourinho at the Tottenham Stadium on the 22nd.
These games shouldn’t be taken lightly by Chelsea as a further drop in points in the Premier League can hurt our Champions League qualifications hope with Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham closely lurking around the corner.
The home game against Lille in the Champions League is a huge game and a must win so we can advance to the knockout stages, and by any means Chelsea must not get beaten by Spurs.