Chelsea is fully set to take on Crystal Palace as they are on the training ground to boost their chances in winning today’s match at Selhurst Park (stadium) in today’s match.
No doubt, the match will be a tough match to watch, as Potter won’t give any chances to any Premier League rival to defeat them in any matches as he took over from Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, Carney Chukwuemeka, who will not be available for selection against Crystal Palace through illness, impressed in a friendly played under Potter.
The youngster star was substitute but scored twice from the bench in a 2-1 win behind closed doors. It is now up to Chelsea’s young stars to prove their worth to Potter in training and knock on the door of the first team.
Graham Potter, speaking ahead of today’s clash, he said:
“I don’t know whether it’s expected (youngsters to start).
“All players hope they get an opportunity, that’s normal.
“They put themselves in there in training, games, earn the right to play. In a club like ours the competition is huge.
“If the quality is there, age should be no barrier.”
No doubt, Potter sales a great prospect in Carney Chukwuemeka, and alongside praise the players at Cobham, stating that they have helped him settle in.
“No, no surprises. I’ve been positively happy how I’ve been welcomed at Cobham, the players have been amazing, honest,” he continued.
“Good experienced players and young ones who are ambitious.
“I’m looking forward to getting going tomorrow.”
Chelsea: “He’s got nothing to prove to me yet”- Potter blows hot
However, A lot is expected from Chelsea manager, Graham Potter, as Chelsea fans hoping to see a good start in the Premier League against Crystal Palace in today’s clash Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.