Wednesday 13th October 2021.
Chelsea fans have something to smile about after news that two stars are out of injury ahead of their Brentford Clash.
The good news is that Ngolo Kante is fit enough and undertook training with other players ahead of their weekend premier league fixture.
Kante missed two Chelsea games after testing positive of corona virus and was forced to spend two weeks in isolation.
Additionally Recce James was traced in training on Tuesday and looks fit to make a start. He suffered a knee injury during Chelsea's match against Manchester city but he is in form now.
According to reports Christian Pulisic is expected to join the rest of the team this week for training ahead of Saturday clash.
This is a major boost to Chelsea after a number of their key players suffered injuries during the international duty.
Tuchel will have enough options to choose from in selecting his squad against Brentford this weekend.
This comes at a time when Timo Werner is back to his best form and will have to be in the starting this weekend. Timo has scored three goals in his last two games for the club and country.
Chelsea will need all the three points to remain at the top of the table and maintain their hopes of winning the premier league this season.
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