Chelsea will welcome Swedish club, Malmo to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night for their 3rd group stage fixture of this season's UEFA Champions League campaign. The London club will go into the game with confidence and good momentum after winning their last league game following the International break.Chelsea players trained at Cobham this morning ahead of their Champions League game tomorrow (Photo Chelsea FC).
However, Chelsea has missed some of their stars in their previous games due to injuries. And ahead of their Champions League game on Wednesday night, Tuchel has provided his team's injury update this afternoon, and he has revealed that the likes of Rudiger, Silva, Ziyech, and others are all available for selection tomorrow apart from Christian Pulisic who continues his recovery from injury.
Tuchel gives injury updates ahead of their UCL game vs Malmo (Photo: Chelsea FC).
'It's only Christian Pulisic who is missing for tomorrow', Tuchel revealed at his media briefing.
'He was getting close (to a return) but then had a little reaction with some pain in his ankle. Christian is impatient because he wants to play, he wants to be on the pitch helping us and we can see how he is suffering in team meetings when he can't be involved. This is normal.
'It's difficult for him he got injured during a match for USA, he suffered a tough foul and hurt his ankle.'
Source: Chelsea Fc.
Apart from Pulisic, every other Chelsea players are available for tomorrow's game and they would look to continue their good performances as they look to have a good Champions League title defending campaign this season.
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