The Blues are set to face Spain’s Club Atlético de Madrid in the first leg of UEFA Champions League round 16. The current season has been one of the most challenging for Chelsea which might have also prepared them for greater battles ahead.
The Blues will be traveling to the Wanda Metropolitano in Spain, and will play the second leg at Stamford Bridge in the coming month.
Thomas Tuchel has had a prompt effect since assuming responsibility at Stamford Bridge a month ago – Chelsea is unbeaten in seven games under charge and leadership – yet the pressing factor will currently increase as they visit Spain.
The Blues likewise have a FA Cup quarter-final date against Sheffield United to anticipate, yet an absence of bleeding edge in advance could see them miss the mark concerning their objectives come the finish of the on.
Atletico are at present top of the La Liga table yet a 2-0 loss to Levante at the end of last week implies Atletico have now neglected to keep a perfect sheet.
Chelsea’s odds of winning anything and being in the top four of the Premier League could rely on whether Werner can begin conveying the goals in the last third consistently.