How Chelsea Could Lineup In Today's Premier League Match
By Folklore | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 10590 views
Chelsea will be waiting for Newcastle United tonight at Stanford Bridge in English Premier League Competition. Newcastle have picked up six points from the last available nine, though, overcoming Everton and Southampton. Chelsea boss will everything to see that his men will win this match tonight at Stanford Bridge. Chelsea have enjoyed a blistering start under the leadership of Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea have not lost any of their matches with Thomas Tuchel. With Werner and Mount in Chelsea's forwarding wings, Newcastle United will find this match tonight tough.
Chelsea have not lost any of their last 6 matches, they are really doing well in Premier League and FA Cup competition. Down below is the possible way Thomas Tuchel might lineup his men tonight at Stanford Bridge.
Defenders: Alonso, Silva, Christensen, James
This might be how Chelsea boss could lineup his men tonight at Stanford Bridge against Newcastle United in English Premier League
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