Chelsea football club take on Manchester City in their FA Cup semi final clash at Wembley stadium. Chelsea knocked out Sheffield United in the quarter final of the competition by 2 goals to nil to set up a semi final clash with current leaders of the EPL, Manchester City on Saturday.
English star, Tammy Abraham is currently Chelsea's highest goal scorer in all competitions this season with 12 goals. The Chelsea striker has made 30 appearances for Chelsea this season in all competitions, scoring 12 goals and making 6 assists. It has been 55 days since Tammy Abraham featured for Chelsea football club. Tammy Abraham came off the bench against Fc Porto in Chelsea's quarter-final second leg loss in Spain.
Tammy Abraham will be aiming to get his first start, since featuring in February earlier this year. Abraham is the leading goal scorer in the FA Cup this season, with 4 goals in just 3 appearances for the blues.
Chelsea's top 7 scorers this season;
1. Tammy Abraham (12 goals)
2. Oliver Giroud (11 goals)
3. Timo Werner (10 goals)
4. Mason Mount (8 goals)
5. Jorginho (7 goals)
6. Kai Harvertz (6 goals)
7. Hudson-Odoi (5 goals)
Will Abraham get to start against Manchester City in today's FA Cup semi final encounter?
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