The FIFA Club World Cup is another tournament in which Chelsea will be required to compete this season. They qualified for the tournament thanks to their Champions League success last season, and they are also trying to win the championship.
Moreover, given the team's failure to win it in 2012, it is a title that Chelsea must strive for. Because the club has lately failed to win games, winning at the tournament will also allow the players to forget their troubles and acquire fresh inspiration.
Despite the significance of the Club World Cup, the Blues will need to save some energy for the remainder of the season, since there are still many games to play. In that regard, two Chelsea attackers should not compete in the competition.
As we saw in the last game against Tottenham, Hakim Ziyech was one of the Blues' players that broke through the Spurs' defense. He seems to be regaining the form and qualities that drew the Blues to him from Ajax. Using him at the Club World Cup may limit his performances, which are critical in order to keep pace with Manchester City in the league.
Hudson-Odoi is another Chelsea forward who should not compete in the Club World Cup. He and Lukaku have created a fantastic relationship that may help Chelsea do well in the league, and Thomas Tuchel should not compromise the player's strength for the Club World Cup as a result. Instead, the manager should keep him on the bench for subsequent games.
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