Chelsea Could Defeat ATM Tomorrow if Tuchel Lineup With This Players
By Doncally2kk | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 6667 views
Chelsea will play Atm Tomorrow, they will take on Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their last-16 Champions League clash on Tuesday night, with the fixture being held in Romania due to coronavirus protocols over travel.
The match is technically Atletico's home leg despite the fact that it is not taking place in Spain, with the reverse fixture due to take place in London in the middle of March. Well I see Chelsea winning this particular match.
let see their lineup.
The Keeper and defenders for this matches will be Mendy staying at the post for them, then in defence Rudiger, Silva and Azilipecuta will take control of things and make things happen.
The Midfielder and strikers that will face them tomorrow includes Odion, Kovacic, Joringho and James as they take control of things, then Werner, Giroud and Mount will take charger of the attacking duties.
Do you think they can win against Atm
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