Chelsea unfortunately lost to Manchester City yesterday in a premier league encounter at the Bridge. And the blues look forward to another fixture and this time they travel to the Old Lady.
Chelsea had earlier picked an important and hard victory over Zenit. While Juventus won as well comfortably against Malmo on away soil.
Meanwhile the blues could have been boosted by the news that. Juventus have suffered two important injuries ahead of Chelsea fixture. As per transfer guru and SkySports journalist Fabrizio Romano on his twitter account.
He confirmed that both Dybala and Alvaro Morata will miss Juventus. Champions league fixture against Chelsea these mid-week. Dybala left the pitch in tears after picking an injury in Juventus vs Sampdoria contest.
Definitely there are higher chances now former Everton and PSG striker. Moise Kean to be in contention to start the match. In a tough group where Zenit are proving difficult to drop to Europa league.
They are prepared to offer a run for their money the two big clubs. Therefore Juventus cannot afford any mistakes on these fixture. But Zenit will be playing Malmo which could give them three points.
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