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Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel still remains unbeaten since his appointment back in January.
The German boss has done a good job so far, as he’s yet to taste defeat, but has rather turned Chelsea to an unbeatable team.
Meanwhile, the Blues have passed the so-called big tests that were on the way, as Chelsea had to go through a phase of six big games.
Chelsea had a double header against Atletico Madrid, as well as Premier League ties with Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton and Leeds.
Chelsea defeated Atletico Madrid home and away, and also won Merseyside clubs Liverpool and Everton. Manchester United and Leeds United were the only sides to hold Chelsea to a draw.
These games were touted as big tests for Thomas Tuchel, but the Blues boss has passed them cleanly.
Thomas Tuchel will now have to play some so-called easy games ahead, starting with the FA Cup quarter-final clash against Sheffield United on Saturday. After that, Chelsea’s next game will be a Premier League home clash against West Brom on April 3.
Chelsea will then face Crystal Palace on April 10th away from home before hosting Brighton on April 17, and away to West Ham on April 24.
In between these fixtures, the draws for the semi final of the FA Cup and who Chelsea will face in the quarter-finals of the Champions League would be known.