Tuesday 14th September 2021.
Chelsea players will be back to action tonight as they welcome Zenit Petersbrough to the Stamford Bridge in their champions league opener.
The London heroes Want to start from zero in their journey to the UCL glory despite having won it last season.
Chelsea have a major boost as key players look fit for the match. Mason Mount is back after missing the Villa clash and is expected to make a start tonight.
Romelu Lukaku looks superb during the training session today. However Tuchel hints of using Timo Werner and Lukaku in the starting line-up.
Ngolo Kante is fit but will be preserved for the weekend clash against Tottenham hotspurs therefore Jorgino and Mateo Kovacic will start.
Recce James is back after missing the weekend clash due to suspension after suffering a red card during the Liverpool clash.
Chillwell might make his first start this season after having a brilliant training session which impressed Tuchel. The coach now say that he is good enough to make a start.
Thiago Silva has proofed his quality but Tuchel might choose to rest him for the premier league clash therefore Andreas Christinsten will start with Cesar Azplicueta and Rudiger.
Tuchel wants nothing less than three points to top the group which has a difficult seria A giant Juventus.
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