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Chelsea will be hoping to bounce back to winning ways tomorrow as they host Bruno Lage's Wolves at the Stamford Bridge. Chelsea were stunned by Everton last weekend at Goodison Park, Richarlison's strike winning Everton three points.
Chelsea Team News:
Mateo Kovacic was subbed off during Chelsea defeat at Goodison Park after having a leg problem. The Croatian International is a doubt for tomorrow's home game against Wolves.
Jorginho is also out due to injury and didn't feature against Everton which saw his place taken by Kovacic. Tuchel however will hope to have Ngolo Kante fit for tomorrow's game. Both Andreas Christensen and Ross Barkley are expected to return to the side after recovering from illness. Ben Chilwell and Callum Hudson-Odoi are ruled out for the remainder of the campaign.
Possible Chelsea starting lineup:
Mendy to start on goal. Azpilicueta, Silva, Rudiger and James to form the backline. Kovacic, Kante and Alonso to pair at midfield while Mount, Pulisic and Havertz will lead the attack.
Wolves Team News:
Nelson Semedo will miss tomorrow's trip to Stamford Bridge and won't feature for his side for the remainder of the season having picked a thigh injury against Brighton. Daniel Podence and Maximilian Kilman are also ruled out for the remainder of the season.
Possible Wolves starting XI:
Jose Sa to start on goal. Boly, Coady, Saiss and Jonny to form the back four. Neves, Moutinho, and Ait-Nouri to pair at midfield while Hwang, Jimenez and Neto to play in the final third.
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