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3 changes Chelsea should make to their team ahead of the match against Man U (OPINION)


Chelsea football club will play Manchester United tomorrow, but there are several alterations they should make to their lineup to improve their performance. Chelsea should make three changes to their lineup ahead of their match against Manchester United.

1 - Timo Werner should take the place of Christian Pulisic in the starting lineup: The German international is now fit, and the Blues should start him over Christian Pulisic because the German international is a natural striker.

Christian Pulisic is a false striker who may not be able to perform well in that position; instead, he prefers to play as an attacking midfielder or winger. Timo Werner, on the other hand, is a center striker who knows how to play in that position.

2 - They should switch to a 3:5:2 formation: The Blues always play in a 3:4:3 system, but they should switch to a 3:5:2 formation so that they can pair another striker with Timo Werner instead of two wingers in the 3:4:3.

The 3:5:2 configuration will make it simpler for other players to score goals, removing the need for Timo Werner to score all of the goals. In the attack, they should pair Callum Hudson-Odoi with Timo Werner.

3 - Ruben Loftus-Cheek should start in place of Kante: The young midfielder impressed when he came on as a substitute against Juventus, and he should start this weekend because Kante may not be totally healthy and should not be risked.

He is a very good defender who can also run with the ball. He is a very creative player who can help the team create more chances.

Do you agree with me that Timo Werner should start the match against Manchester United this weekend instead of Christian Pulisic? Do you want the American playmaker to keep his position, or do you want him to leave? Thank you for sharing your ideas with us.

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