Tuchel squad for Saturday premier league match against Aston Villa will be without Chelsea defender Thiago Silva who is banned from football by the Brazilian government effective from 10th to 14th. Tuchel will don't have Thiago Silva in the field as part of the team.
The veteran defender failed to attend international duty causing FIFA to impose rules on thie defies. Tuchel is not affected with this rule from FIFA. His squad is perfect and has second team very perfect and strong like the first team. The central defender position will be taken by Christensen who is also a powerful defender with experience in tackles and clearance.
Tuchel is convinced with Christensen who will replace Thiago Silva making the squad complete again to compete. Chelsea squad is completely full with great players in each position. Thiago Silva will miss two Chelsea matches. He will not play on Saturday against Aston Villa. The Brazilian will also not play in their first match in UCL campaign this season against Zenit.
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