Chelsea are set to face Watford on Wednesday in the Premier League, the Blues are set to visit Watford as both teams contend for the three crucial points. Chelsea are currently leading the Premier League table with 30 points, with just a point separating them from second place Manchester City. However, Watford will also be looking to stop Chelsea from their incredible run in the Premier League.
With Lukaku back from injury, the Belgian forward could start for the Blues despite starting from the bench last week against Manchester United. Lukaku who has been out for more than a month had earlier been replaced by Kai Havertz. Meanwhile Timo Werner and Mason Mount could start as wingers playing on both wings. Mount has also been out due to injury but is expected to start against Watford.
In the midfield, Alonso, Loftus-Cheek, Jorginho and Reece James could start. However, Marcos Alonso and Reece James will also play as wing backs incase the Blues lose possession to the opponents. Antonio Rudiger, Christensen and Azlipicueta could start as centre backs with Édouard Mendy on the goal.
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