Chelsea host Tottenham at Stamford Bridge stadium this Sunday evening in their EPL round 23. The game come few days after Tuchel beat Conte home and away in the EFL Carabao Cup semi final where he eliminated them as they proceeded to face Liverpool in the final.
This is a London derby that the Blues usually perform. They beat them 3-0 in the first leg played at Tottenham stadium. We therefore expect them to do better at home ground. A win will push them up to second place in the table. This is a game we therefore don't expect Tuchel to let it go. For them to win, he will be naming a strong lineup that is capable of grabbing all the points.
Sarr will start as Chalobah returns to training. Werner will finally unlock Lukaku as both of them will start. Thiago Silva, Rudiger, Azplicueta, Jorghino, Kante, Alonso, Mount and Kepa continues to keep their place.
Thomas Tuchel will continue using his preferred 3-4-2-1 formation. Below is the predicted lineup.
The absent players includes Christensen, James, Chilwell, Eduardo Mendy and Chalobah.
With the above lineup, the Blues are capable of smashing Tottenham 2-1. We back Chelsea to comfortably win.
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