Chelsea boss Graham Potter says they must use the World Cup break to regroup after a run of poor results.
Potter says the World Cup break gives some space to take stock and to work on the training pitch.
“I think it will be beneficial,” said Potter after defeat to Newcastle.
“We will have a lot of players away so we have not got too many to work with but at the same time, we all need a change in environment and that will be helpful.
“We have to use it as that. We have to think about it as a positive in that regard. There are a lot of games to go, there is a lot of football to be played, we need to reset, regroup, re-energise and start again.”