Chelsea predicted line-up against Norwich City Predicted Lineup on Saturday at Stamford Bridge with a kick-off time of 12:30 p.m.
Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner will not be seen in the field of play against Norwich due to injuries both players sustained during the UEFA Champions League, UCL, games last week.
Meanwhile, Both players suffered injuries in their last game against Malmo, leaving Chelsea’s Boss, Thomas Tuchel with more than a few problems to solve when it comes to his lineup.
Here’s everything you need to know how the boss could set up his lineup.
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Edouard Mendy (GoalKeeper)
Mendy had a quiet evening against Malmo and will expect something similar here.
Cesar Azpilicueta (Central Back)
He’s impressed at right-back recently, but Azpilicueta should be free to return to center-back.
Andreas Christensen (Central Back)
After finally scoring his first Chelsea goal, Christensen will be feeling on top of the world, and rightly so.
Antonio Rudiger (Cental Back)
Probably shouldn’t have started against Malmo but came through unscathed and looks to be free from his back injury.
Callum Hudson-Odoi (Right Wing)
With Werner injured, there could be space on the left wing for Hudson-Odoi, who will hope to use this game as a turning point in his career.
Kai Havertz (ST)
Back to false-nine Havertz for Chelsea, who are pretty slim on numbers up top now that Lukaku and Werner are both out.
Mason Mount (Left Wing)
The energy Mount brings on both sides of the ball was abundantly clear against Malmo and Tuchel shouldn’t hesitate to stick with him here.
3. Midfielders & Wing-Backs
Reece James (Right Wing Back)
James is back from an ankle injury and just waiting for his chance to return to the starting lineup.
N’Golo Kante (Centre Midfielder)
After 65 solid minutes against Malmo, Kante looks fresh and capable of starting again here.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Centre Midfielder)
Dropping Jorginho after he scored two penalties seems a bit harsh, but Loftus-Cheek has been sensational in recent weeks and should get the nod.
Ben Chilwell (Left Wing Back)
Chilwell put in another impressive showing last time out and looks to have wrestled the position away from Marcos Alonso.