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What Could Happen To Chelsea As Lukaku & Kovacic Will Be Fit To Start Against Man United On Sunday.

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Chelsea have stormed their way into the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League with a 4-0 hammering of Serie A side Juventus at Stamford Bridge.

 

Trevoh Chalobah put the Blues ahead in the first half with a fine strike from 10 yards. Reece James continued his outstanding season in front of goal with a blast on the half – volley to double their advantage before Callum Hudson -Odoi added a third on his left foot.

Timor Werner capped off the performance, tapping home a fourth from Hakim Ziyech’s cross. Chelsea move to the top of group H after their rout of the Italian outfit, who slip into second.

The Blues are 10 matches unbeaten in all competitions, with an excellent record of 11 clean sheets in all competitions.

Chelsea are top of the Premier League table with 29 points and they also go top of group H with 12 points with +9 goals difference, after beating Juventus at Stamford Bridge in their 5th group stage game.

What could happen to Chelsea as Lukaku and Kovacic will be fit to start against Manchester United in their Premier League clash.

Chelsea have played few games without Romelu Lukaku and Mateo Kovacic, the Blues remain unbeaten in all these games.

The striker has return to training last week and he could start against Manchester United in Chelsea’s Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge and Mateo Kovacic might return to training and possibly start from the bench against the Red Devils.

 

Chelsea excellent form could help Lukaku score against Manchester United on Sunday and Mateo Kovacic could be the right link from the Midfield to attack.

 

Chelsea players have been in fine form since the beginning of the season,as almost every player have scored for the Blues this campaign.

Chelsea excellent form in the Premier League and Champions League could help them contend for trophies this season.

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