At the Gtech Community Stadium, Chelsea will play Brentford in the matchday twelve contest. Graham Potter will want to continue leading Chelsea in good form. The starting lineup for the game has been revealed, and Graham Potter made some surprise selections.
We watched how Brentford tested Chelsea last year, and Chelsea will face a better Brentford team. The two mistakes Graham Potter made in the starting lineup for today are listed below.
Today’s game saw Aubameyang on the bench, but since joining the Blues, the Gabonese attacker has contributed to nearly every game played. Although it was a nice opportunity for Broja to make his first team debut, benching him wasn’t the wisest move. The majority of the games played so far this season have seen the Albanian forward enter as a replacement. Given the remaining challenging games under Graham Potter, his performance today may determine his future.
2. Opting to Start Kai Havertz Before Christian Pulisic
This season, Christian Pulisic has seen little playing time. The American forward hasn’t had much time, but when he has, he has never failed to perform. This season, Kai Havertz has started the majority of Chelsea’s games but only has one goal to show for it.
Kai Havertz won’t have as much of an influence on Chelsea’s assault as Christian Pulisic would.