Nairobi, Kenya.Friday 3rd December 2021.
Chelsea have yet another major blow ahead of their premier league clash against westham united tomorrow since they will be missing four of their key players.
Thomas Tuchel during the post-match press conference confirmed that four players will not travel with other players to West ham tomorrow due to injuries.
Ngolo Kante is still unfit and did not undertake training with others today. He suffered a knee twist during their champions league win against Juventus.
Additionally Chalobah is out of for some weeks. He had an injury in their week day clash against Watford on Wednesday. However Tuchel has revealed that examinations on Chalobah turned positive and will be back during the festive season.
Ben Chillwell is still out. He will undergo a scan after skin weeks to decide whether he will undergo surgery in his ACL.
Kovasic is also out but Tuchel has confirmed that he is very close to joining the team. We might see him in the next Chelsea fixture.
The good news is that Jorginho, Reece James and Wener are all fit. They missed the Tuesday fixture due to injury fears.
Chelsea will be fighting to go home with a the three points tomorrow to remain at the top of the premier league table.
However they face a very tough opponent in a derby that is expected to be very competitive. However Tuchel demands a win.
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