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How Chelsea May Line-up Vs City Without Mendy, Christensen, Ben, Chalobah & James In Blow To Tuchel. #MCICHE



Chelsea are looking forward to try challenge league leaders Manchester City in today’s premier league an away fixture at Etihad Stadium. The blues, 10 points behind Pep Guardiola side in second position in the premier league table.

They must win this fixture to keep hopes of winning the title this season or at least stay in the title race. But the German tactician is struggling with important injuries and Covid-19 cases. As well as AFCON duties as some players have left for the competition.

Recce James has a hamstring injury while Trevor was struggling to get over the hamstring pains previously. The likes of Ben Chilwell has gone under surgery as the England International picked up a knee problem.

With AFCON 2022 competition having started on 9th of January until February 6th the blues will be without Mendy who is representing Senegal. If they play until the final day then Chelsea could be without him for a whole month.

Andrea Christensen had tested positive for Covid-19 and his on isolation. If all the aforementioned players in injury and virus issues except Mendy and Chilwell. Don’t recover in time for today then Tuchel may be in a difficult position to pick his starting eleven.

But a squad depth in the Londoners should help the boss possibly to start with Kepa between the sticks. While in his last line of defence he may consider Silva and Rudiger as well as Sarr in a back three.

A midfield of Cesar, Jorginho, Kovacic and Alonso is possible while a front three of Kai, Mount and Lukaku. Should help score goals to help Chelsea pick three of the points from the Pep’s side.

Chelsea have already booked there place in Carabao Cup finals after winning both semi finals clash. At the Bridge and Spurs stadium against Conte’s team. Now there waiting for the winner between Liverpool and a fellow London side Arsenal. After there first semi final leg went down to 0-0 scoreline. A return leg set for a tough play next week on Thursday

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