Chelsea will play their second leg round of 16 Clash with Atletico Madrid on Wednesday night at Stamford Bridge, the first leg that ended in favour of Chelsea, courtesy of Oliver Giroud strike that gave Chelsea an important away goal. The Blues are unbeaten in 7 Champions League games this season with 5 clean sheets in the competition this campaign. The Blues are regarded as favourite to reach the last 8, in this contest with the La Liga giant.
Chelsea will miss four star players during the Atletico Madrid Clash due to injury and suspension.
The Italian international Jorginho and the English International Mason Mount, are set to miss the second leg tie of the round of 16 clash between Chelsea and Atletico Madrid at Stamford Bridge, having pick up 4 yellow cards in 7 Champions League games so far this season.
The German tactician will do his best to field in players that will compete in this contest with Laliga side. Mount and Jorginho are two key players that did excellently well, during the first leg tie. Meanwhile, Tammy Abraham and Thiago Silva will also miss the clash. Silva has not played for Chelsea since Injuring his thigh in the win over Tottenham Hotspur early February ,while Abraham at the other hand has being out of the squad due to recurring injury after he was substituted half time during Chelsea win over Newcastle.
The Big boss added the duo will back to action after the international break early April.
Thomas Tuchel need to make a wise decision to replace the 4 key players, to keep Chelsea going in the competition.
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