The Blues return to action as they welcome West Bromwich Albion to Stamford Bridge in the day’s early kick off
Chelsea go head to head with West Bromwich Albion today as the EPL resume after the International break.
All excitements for the trophy is back alive and Chelsea hope to retain their place in the top 4 after been guilded into the zone by the new manager, Tuchel.
Tuchel being the first German coach to head the club is yet to lose a game in his 14 matches in charge, making him the best manager of the month of march.
Having also conceived fewer goals, Chelsea have gradually become the side he promised of as they also knocked Atletico Madrid out of the Champions League to advance into the Quarter finals where they will battle FC Porto.
Although the game today is known not to be the usual hard nuts to crack for Thomas Tuchel and his men but it still doesn’t erase the fact that anything can happen in football of loopholes are created.
Thiago Silva is back in action and is set to make his appearance today after being away for a long while.
N’golo Kanté may not show up today after picking up a knock during National duties while Jorginho has returned to fitness after been reported to have injured during training before the break.
Kai Havertz performed awesomely for his national side during the break and hopes to extend this run of fine games into the EPL.
Getting Havertz to firing form has been one of the main reasons Tuchel was brought in, alongside getting Timo Werner into scoring ways.
Werner missed a big siter during Germany’s shocking defeat to North Macedonia but Tuchel believes the goals will come in due time.
Tammy Abraham is still yet to return to fitness while Olivier Giroud remains available to feature for Blues.
Hudson-Odoi initially picked an injury to his shoulder but is also back to full fitness and likely to be fielded today.
On the other hand, Chelsea on-loan star, Conor Gallagher will have to watch his side from the bench today.
Chelsea vs West Brom Possible Line Up
Chelsea: Mendy; Rudiger, Thiago Silva, Azpilicueta; Ben Chilwell, Jorginho, Kovacic, Hudson-Odoi; Pulisic, Havertz, Werner.
David Coote (England)