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UEFA Champions League draw confirms intense Chelsea Premier League test for Thomas Tuchel


UEFA Champions League draw confirms intense Chelsea Premier League test for Thomas Tuchel

The Blues are in Group E and will face Salzburg and Dinamo Zagreb for the first time in our history. It will be our maiden competitive fixture against a Croatian side.

Our meeting with AC Milan evokes memories of our two epic group stage draws in our inaugural Champions League campaign back in 1999/00. The Serie A winners count Olivier Giroud and Fikayo Tomori among their ranks, as well as Tiemoue Bakayoko, on loan from the Bridge.

We met Salzburg in a pre-season friendly in 2019 when Pedro scored an extraordinary backflicked volley in a 5-3 win. They have won their domestic league nine years in a row.

Chelsea have equipped for Europe’s top rivalry for quite a long time, and have displayed under Thomas Tuchel their capacity to truly contend with the landmass’ ideal, winning the entire thing in 2021. Yet, the current year’s gathering stage will bring extraordinary difficulties given the consolidated timetable before the World Cup starts off in November.

The gathering phase of the opposition this year will begin prior and wrap up by the beginning of November, meaning back to back midweek installations to guarantee every one of the games are finished.

Contingent upon the attract and separate expected to go for away games in the gathering, Tuchel’s way could be made significantly trickier with the capability of any semblance of Dinamo Zagreb, Shakhtar and Maccabi Haifa all in pots that could be matched with Chelsea.

Champions League

Matchday 1

The initial gathering game happens soon, on September 6-seventh. The game that leads into this conflict is a home derby against West Ham on Sunday fourth at 2pm.

Matchday 2

As will be the situation with the gathering this season, there will be not many breaks as Chelsea face their second conflict on either September 13-fourteenth. The sure about the initial two games is that the Blues stay in London for their most limited outing to Craven Cottage against Fulham for a noon start off on the tenth, with the following end of the week seeing a 4.30pm mouth-watering experience with Liverpool at the Bridge on the eighteenth.

Matchday 3

After the last international break before the World Cup, the third game is in the primary seven day stretch of October on the 4-fifth with Crystal Palace away going before it. The week closes at home to Wolves.

Matchday 4

The fourth, which will be the second of the center twofold header in the gathering comes seven days after the fact on October 11-twelfth. Chelsea go to Villa Park on the sixteenth in a Sunday 2pm game, logical leaving a fair hole between the past Champions League test.

Matchday 5

The penultimate round of the gathering stage is on October 25-26th and here are where things get more extreme. Manchester United at home goes before the midweek game on the 23rd at 4.30pm before an outing to Brighton on the 29th.

Matchday 6

The gathering closes on the 1-2 of November, not well before one more enormous home conflict, this time against Arsenal, right now set for the fifth yet is probably going to be moved for TV. Additionally important many game comes the Carabao Cup third round at Manchester City, with the last game before the break coming at St. James Park against Newcastle.

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UEFA Champions League draw confirms intense Chelsea Premier League test for Thomas Tuchel

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