Chelsea's squad is almost back to full fitness, which is a huge boost ahead of the Wednesday clash with Real Madrid. Having lost on Saturday afternoon to Brentford, the title hope is far from achievable this season.
However, Chelsea are still involved in the FA and the Champions League, which keeps alive the hope of adding another trophy to their cabinet this season. Tuchel will revert to the back-three system, having watch his side struggle with the back-four system. Below are the starting eleven to fill the system.
Eduard Mendy is the undisputable No.1 keeper, and he will continue to start from the sticks.
The back three will be composed of the Veteran-Silva, Travoh Chalobah and Antonio Rudiger.
With the unconvincing performance of Marcos Alonso, Hudson Odoi should be drafted in to start alongside Reece James.
Chelsea suffered last Sunday in the absence of Jorghino. The Italian should be reintroduced to the squad alongside Kante to create fluidity and balance in the midfield.
before the international break, Pulisic and Mason Mount have been had convincing performance. The duo should be given chances to influence the play from the wide areas.
Kai Harvatz has been having exceptional performance as a false keeping Lukaku at the bay. The German playmaker should continue leading Chelsea frontline against Real Madrid.
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