How Chelsea ‘May lineup by Graham Potter without Mendy and Jorginho against RB Salzburg in the UEFA Champions League2 min read
Chelsea are looking forward to picking important points in the Champions League fixture this week against Rb Salzburg. They lost first group stage fixture against Dinamo Zagreb in last week which saw owners Todd Boehly consortium axe Tuchel.
Having replaced the German tactician with former Brighton and England international Graham Potter. His set to take to dugout in his first fixture as Chelsea take on Australian Bundesliga side in the second group stage fixture in Champions League football.
Meanwhile there could be changes in the Chelsea starting team especially with new manager. As Graham Potter is a manager in which he plays with a team which. Has to have high press to at least give the opponent tough and difficult moment to control the match.
We take a look into how the West London side may line-up in a tough encounter at the Bridge. After mistakes in recent fixtures especially against Leeds United and Saint’s in Premier League for Mendy. It could be the moment for Kepa Arrizabalaga to as well start in between the sticks in this fixture.
In a 3-4-3 formation which may see Fofana, Koulibaly and Silva still expected to help Kepa keep a clean sheet in the last line of defence. With midfield of Kovacic, Mount, James and Cucurella to control the game. An attacking trio of Sterling, Aubameyang and Kai to try and score goals for the Londoners.
There could be the perfect opportunity for Jorginho, Cesar and a well playing Ziyech, Loftus-Cheek, Conor Gallagher and Pulisic as well as Chalobah to start from the bench in this fixture.
After the death of The Queen Elizabeth II recently and due to the police shortage, the Premier League has decided.
If history repeats itself Chelsea will win the UEFA Champions League this season
To postpone tough encounter for Chelsea against Liverpool in next weekend in Premier League campaign as police will be largely involved in the burial preparations for the Queen Elizabeth II.