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Chelsea Next Two Features Could See Them Drop Points In Race For The League Title

Chelsea are currently at the top of the Premier League table. If they lose points in their next match, they will be overtaken at the top of the standings. With Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner injured, Thomas Tuchel could face some difficulties but he has players who will do the job in their absence. Despite their current form, Chelsea could end up losing points in their next league games.

1. Chelsea v Norwich City (23/10)

Chelsea might not lose to Norwich City at Stamford Bridge, but Thomas Tuchel's side could end up in a draw with the relegation leaders. Norwich City have only got one point out of all matches played this season. Thomas Tuchel should not underestimate their capabilities. Norwich City are having the worst start to the season, but if Chelsea give them the chance they will claim their first victory.

Thomas Tuchel's side like to waste the big chances created, even with the arrival of Romelu Lukaku Chelsea still fail to capitalize on most of the big chances created. They will have to score most of the big chances created against Norwich if they are to win. Norwich may have the worst defensive record, but their players still have what it takes to win a game. They won the English Championship last season, they will definitely get back in shape and that could start with the European Champions.

2. Newcastle United v Chelsea (30/10)

With the new owner, Newcastle players and fans will be buzzed with a win to impress their new board. It will be difficult for Chelsea to get the three points at St James Park with the atmosphere in the stadium. Newcastle United now have more spectators than usual. Chelsea shouldn't expect the same Newcastle United they faced last time around. It will be a Newcastle with different management and ownership.

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