Tuchel desperate to win last two games

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Thomas Tuchel is desperate for his side to secure the third position in the Premier League by winning their last two games in the League.

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is desperate to win their last two game in the Premier League in other to secure their third position.

Mathematically the team have qualified for next season Champions League but don’t want to jeopardize their 3rd position.

The Blues will host Leicester City at the Stamford Bridge later tonight and they will have the chance to secure the third position.

Speaking ahead of the match Tuchel said: “The whole season we were in position one, two or three, so it’s not a good moment to start being in fourth now,’ he stressed.

“We still have to play for us, for our demands and our fans, and most importantly what we expect of ourselves. We are very happy we have secured a top-four place, this is the first target at the start of the season, but it’s two home games and we will do everything to win them for our feeling, our supporters and for a positive end to the season.

“The situation has changed slightly for us, we are safe in top four, we come from a big cup final and we have players who are out, and will be out next season, but everybody deserves to play,’ added the boss.

“For example, Toni would deserve to play, no need to not give him the last matches, because he was huge for us. Let’s see how everybody feels, who is hungry to perform, and this will be the most decisive factor in the line-up.”

Speaking about their tonight visitor Tuchel believes the Foxes can hurt any team with the speed and quality but insists they will prepare for them.

“They have found their form back, and scored a lot lately,’ he noted.

“They have had a very up-and-down season, but at their top level they are dangerous team to everybody. They can hurt you in seconds with quality, speed, and a very attacking mindset.

“We will prepare for the very best version of Leicester. We will need the best version of us to be competitive. I don’t want to predict the game because I don’t know what’s coming! We must be open for everything and hopefully we find answers to the questions that are asked.”



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