Chelsea's Possible Starting Lineup That Could Play Against Tottenham.
It will be thx toughest match of the English Premier League match day five where Chelsea will be meeting Tottenham Hotspur's at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and the two clubs will fight it out to emerge as the best in the match and bag the three talking points.
Chelsea are currently placed at position four and they have 10 points so if they win this game, they will get 13 points and share the spoil with the League leaders.
Chelsea have an advantage of a very strong squad and it's able to propel them to victory against Tottenham.
On their Predicted possible Lineup Against Tottenham, they could lineup as follows:-
The midfielder's could be Jorginho, Kovacic and Alonso.
The forwards could be Mount, Havertz and Lukaku.
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