Chelsea were the unlucky losers in Sunday's carabao cup final at Wembley. The blues lost on penalties after kepa failed to score his spot kick, handing liverpool the cup victory.The blues will look to bounce back from this defeat, tomorrow when they face Luton for an fa cup tie. Chelsea will be playing in the fifth different competition, in succession for tomorrow's game.Having played palmeiras recently in the club world cup final, the blues faced crystal palace for a premier league fixture. Chelsea then faced lille for a champions league match, and played liverpool in the carabao cup final on Sunday.Chelsea have received good news ahead of tomorrow's game as various reports suggest that the club's new signing, Dylan Williams trained today with the first team ahead of tomorrow's game. Dylan is yet to make his senior debut for Chelsea's senior team.He could be in the squad to face Luton town tomorrow. Follow for more updates and keep safe. Thanks.
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