• Sun. Oct 2nd, 2022

CHE vs LEI: Tuchel’s potential starting XI that could put Chelsea in the winning ways vs Leicester City #CHELEI

Chelsea Manager, Thomas Tuchel is fully set to face premier league rival club, Leicester City in matchday 4, to make some changes to his starting XI at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Kalidou Koulibaly was yellow carded twice during the Blues disappointing 3-0 loss to Jesse Marsch’s Leeds United last weekend, which resulted in him picking a red card & a one man suspension.

Chelsea defender, Trevoh Chalobah is reported to be leaving the London based outfit this summer on a temporary basis & isn’t expected to be in contention for Saturday’s clash.

Marc Cucurella could be moved to the left side of the defensive three, allowing Ben Chilwell to bomb down the left wing back area

After he was left out against the Whites, Cesar Azpilicueta could be given the nod to start on the right side of the backline, enabling England full back, Reece James to get more involved in the Blues attack.

Tuchel could hand Conor Gallagher another appearance in the centre of the park, with Mateo Kovacic spotted in training, the Croatia international could be in line to face the Foxes alongside Jorginho.

While Ruben Loftus-Cheek will drop to the bench, French midfielder, Ngolo Kante is still unavailable due to fitness reasons.

If Academy Graduate, Armando Broja recovers in time for this match he could provide the German boss with selection headache.

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Kai Havertz has struggled to get going this season, but the Germany international is likely to get the starting shirt

Mason Mount & Raheem Sterling who are still yet to open their goal scoring this account this season will support Kai Havertz spearding the West Londoners attack.

See predicted Lineup Below;

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