Chelsea won their previous match against malmo in eufa champions league group stage competition but their two star players romelo lukaku and timo Werner were injured badly.
Tomas tuchel will have to select other players that will help the team to score goals when they play against Norwich city on Sunday.
Two chelsea players that will replace lukaku and Werner when they play against Norwich city on Sunday are hakim ziyech and Kai havert.
Germany international and Chelsea attacking midfielder Kai havert will be used as a false number nine to score goals for Chelsea when they play against Norwich. Havert will be looking forward to continue with his good performance against Norwich on Sunday.
His ability to dribble past opponents defence line will help him to pressurize Norwich defence line easly during match time. Havert presence in the attacking position will help chelsea to dominate possession throughout the match on Sunday.
Chelsea winger Hakim ziyech will replace timo Werner in the attacking position on Sunday. Ziyech has been outstanding for chelsea since the beginning of the season. His amazing left foot will help him to create more scoring chances for other players when they play against Norwich city on Sunday.
Ziyech partnership with Kai havert in the offensive position will help chelsea to win the match against Norwich city.
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