Chelsea are looking forward to welcoming AC Milan at the turf in West London as per tomorrow. With the blues looking for the first win in the Champions League competition in group stage after defeat to Dinamo Zagreb in first game.
Was then followed up by a 1-1 draw against RB Salzburg under the new manager Potter after Tuchel was fired immediately as the blues were defeated by the Croatian side. Now after perfect victory in last weekend against Crystal Palace in a 2-1 scoreline in the Premier League campaign.
Blues look forward to AC Milan test tomorrow but with Injuries to consider. As per Sports Mole the Londoners are facing doubt with Kante if he can be available after struggling with a thigh Injury.
So is Jorginho who is believed to be having a knock Injury and a report by the same publication as well add that Mendy is down with a knee issue. While Cucurella and Chukwuemeka are then having an illness as per Sports Mole report. But Graham Potter has a squad depth to choose from ahead of the Italians visit.
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