Chelsea welcome Aston Villa on Wednesday in the Carabao Cup competition. They will be hoping to continue with the winning streak as they haven't lost any match this season. They have won five and drawn one. They are currently at the top of the table with 23 points.
In this article we look at a possible strong Starting lineup that Tuchel will make, with so many changes expected.
Goalkeeper: Kepa will be automatically be in contention as Eduardo Mendy is Injured and it will be a race against time to be available on Saturdays clash with Manchester city.
Christensen, Chalobah and Emerson are expected to be at the heart of Blues defence. Rudiger and Azplicueta will be given a rest in this clash. Reece James and Ben Chilwel start on right wing back and left wing back respectively.
In the midfield, Saul will be given another opportunity to gain confidence in the blues squad after he performed below par in his debut against Villa two weeks ago. He will partner with Kovaccic on the middle of the park.
In the attack, Timo Werner, Odoi- Hudson Loftus Cheek are expected to be recalled in the starting lineup.
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