Chelsea are preparing to face Newcastle United before players break for World Cup. It will be an away match and therefore will demand a lot of effort from the players if they aim at achieving three points. It will depend on the lineup that Graham Potter will look to name. He should be determined to name the same team that faced Manchester City on Wednesday with a few expected changes.
We are certain Edouard Mendy will stick in the posts. Thiago Silva and Trevor Chalobah will partner at center back while Azpliqueta and Cucurella will play on the wingbacks. Jorginho and Denis Zakaria should be maintaining the tempo in midfield while Kai Haverz plays as a number 10. Christian Pulisic should stick to left wing while Hakim Ziyech to play right wing. Aubameyang will be our center forward and needs to be clinical enough. Mason Mount should be substituted for Kai Haverz while Pulisic to make way for Sterling. Broja should be given minutes by Aubameyang. If Graham Potter sticks with the predicted lineup.
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