Premier League leaders Chelsea face the daunting task of 10 matches in December as Liverpool and Manchester City lurk closely behind in the league table.
With such a tough and busy run of matches coming up for the title challengers, Tuchel will have to use the full depth of his impressive squad to keep up Chelsea's impressive form.
In 2019, Liverpool faced the same problem as Chelsea but came through with flying colours after winning the FIFA Club World Cup in Qatar and extending their lead at the top of the Premier League.
After Chelsea’s draw with Manchester United on Sunday evening, Man City sit just one point behind the leaders while Jurgen Klopp’s side are just a further point behind.
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Both Liverpool and Man City have the experience required and know what it takes to be involved in a long, testing title race and are poised to do battle with Tuchel’s side this season.
"It will be challenging. The good thing is it was challenging before,” said Tuchel in his pre-match press conference before Chelsea take on Watford.
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"We look into data where the players are: who is overloaded, who is underloaded, who is chronically overloaded, who is acutely overloaded, underloaded and from there we see what we need in the next games. We do it step by step.
"If you look at the schedule too far ahead you can see this will be some tough weeks coming.
“That’s why we focus on details and we focus on the next game and maybe the next two games where we can rely on predictions because we have fantastic support from everybody.”
A win at Everton tomorrow night could see Liverpool move to the top of the Premier League, if other results were to go the way of the Reds also.