In light of the fact that Chelsea have set the pace in the Premier League thus far, here is a look at the Blues' remaining four league games, which will determine whether or not they will remain championship contenders ahead of Liverpool.
After putting on a fantastic performance against Norwich City at Stamford Bridge in their most recent Premier League match, Thomas Tuchel's men delivered a message to their opponents. When the club defeated Thomas Farke's side 7-0, it demonstrated that they are still capable of winning games even when their strikers are out.
Despite the absence of Timo Werner, Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku, the Pride of London will be able to maintain their winning streak against Newcastle United and Burnley on Saturday. In light of Chelsea's current level of play, it is unlikely that these two clubs would be able to make amends for their respective performances against the European Champions.
It appears that both strikers would have returned from the treatment table for the upcoming games against Leicester City and Manchester United which both set to be challenging contests. The Blues can maintain their 100 percent winning record against Leicester City and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer despite the dismal performances of both clubs and their manager.
Chelsea on the other hand, can maintain their advantage over Liverpool who has been closing in on them in the standings if they should win their remaining four games.
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