Chelsea kicked off their premier league campaign for this season on a good note, they are yet to lose a match this season after their first three matches.
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With their current performance, they are looking like the premier league contenders for this season, and with the arrival of Lukaku, they pose a very strong threat in their attacking force.
FIFA has announced they ban some Brazilian players who play for the premier league from featuring in their next premier league matches. Players like Thiago Silva, Ederson, Fred, and Alisson are among the players who will be absent for the next premier league match this weekend.
Thomas Tuchel is yet to give Thiago Silva a start in the premier league this season, the German coach favors Andrea Christensen ahead of him for the new season.
The Brazilian defender was hoping to get his start next weekend due to Christensen's participation in the World Cup qualifiers for Denmark but will have to wait for the champions league match during the week.
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