Chelsea’s season hinges between historic and catastrophic over next 360 minutes – Talk Chelsea

    Unexpectedly losing to Arsenal at home on Wednesday night was a huge blow to Chelsea’s chances of finishing in the top 4 – but there’s no denying that it’s made the rest of this season ridiculously exciting.

    We’ve now got an FA Cup final tomorrow, followed by effectively two league playoff games to earn a Champions League place for next season, followed by the final of this year’s edition of the competition.

    Win all four games and we’ll be talking about a miraculous “Double” under Thomas Tuchel, lose them and we’ll be talking about a horror choke of legendary proportions.

    If you really fancy Tuchel’s chances of turning this week’s defeat into a positive run, you can use your Quinnbet Coupon Code to back the Blues for a brilliant finish to the season. On the evidence we’ve seen in most of the big games so far, that wouldn’t be a bad bet.

    There are so many fascinating layers to these last few games, and so many angles to consider. Tomorrow Chelsea play Leicester for example, with the FA Cup as the prize.

    Normally that would take precedence over any league game. But the defeat to the Gunners, and the fact that we’re neck and neck with Leicester in the league, means that our game against them just a couple of days later is potentially even bigger – certainly financially it would be a priority.

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    So which of those games does Tuchel focus on? And how does playing the same team twice in a week affect the dynamic? We will have similar questions when it comes to the Champions League final. We’ve just beaten Manchester City twice in a month across two competitions, and now we complete the trilogy in Porto, with the biggest prize possible on the line.

    Those three games could hardly be more significant – yet the fourth and final upcoming match, against Aston Villa, could end up being the one with everything riding on it.

    If we draw or lose to Leicester and Liverpool win, that game against the Villain could have a huge amount riding on it, ironic considering it’s the only match against lesser opposition wedged among a run of finals.

    We’ve said this a few times over the last two months, but it’s only getting more and more true as we reach the end of the campaign – everything  we’ve achieved this season depends on the next 360 minutes of football.

    And isn’t that the kind of drama we all live for?

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