How Chelsea could lineup against Sheffield United and Break their defense Line.
By Adeyemi111 | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 4624 views
Chelsea travel to Sheffield United on Sunday evening aiming to extend their unbeaten start under Thomas Tuchel.
The Blues have drawn one and won two of their Premier League games since the German replaced Frank Lampard last month.
However, three days after defeating London Rivals Tottenham, Tuchel might be tempted to freshen up his squad.
Tuchel has favoured a five man defense so far, with Marcos Alonso being brought in from the cold alongside Cesar Azpiliqueta who has also been reinstated as a regular.
Thiago Silva sustained a knock against Tottenham and looks like he will miss this one, so Tuchel will have to make at least one change at the back.
Christensen replaced Thiago Silva who pulled up an injury against Tottenham and he is favourite to get the nod here, especially with Kurt Zouma nursing a minor injury of his own. Against Premier league bottom team, Tuchel might take the opportunity to rotate his side, with the likes of Kante, Chilwell, Tammy Abraham, Christian Pulisic and Hakeem Ziyech all pushing for a start.
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