The English Premier league competition will today be back in action for week thirty seven competition and Leicester will be traveling at the Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea. The blues in their last meeting which was the FA cup finale on Saturday lost 1-0 to the foxes following Youri Tieleman's 63rd minute long range strike that went past goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.
With 64 points, Thomas Tuchel's men are required to win all the remaining matches to secure a top four finish. Two points behind third placed Leicester, they are also only one point ahead of fifth placed Liverpool who in the precious matches have performed excellently.
Since big six teams always fight for a Champions league spot every season, here are some facts that however might see Chelsea miss this competition next season.
1. Manager Thomas Tuchel is under pressure of the UEFA Champions League finale where he will be facing Manchester City and therefore may decide to rest some of his key players for this crucial match.
2.Winnig in the previous match, the Foxes will be fighting for a draw today for them to qualify for the Champions League which is very possible. Brendan Rogers tactics successful worked against Tuchel.
3. A win or draw to Leicester will see Liverpool surpass Chelsea to occupy the fourth position. A must win will therefore work on them in the three matches remaining which is very tricky.
4. Beating Manchester City for the third time will be a tough task for Tuchel This season.
A lose or draw will therefore see them play Europa League next season.
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