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CHE vs JUV: Between Chilwell and Alonso, who would be a better asset against Federicio Chiesa?

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Chelsea will play their 2nd UCL game of the season against Juventus on Wednesday. It was not all good for the blues last weekend, they lost against Pep Guardiola's side and that made them to drop 3 points.

Juventus won their game against Sampdoria yesterday, the Italian giants played their opponents 3-2 despite Paulo Dybala's early injury. Dybala scored at the 11th minute of the game and was substituted at the 22nd minute due to injury.

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Maximiliano Allegri has made it clear that Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala would bot be available for Chelsea. This is really a boost to Chelsea but Juventus is not a side to be underrated. They still have quality players who can help them to get a win and one of them is Federicio Chiesa.

Chiesa is a right winger who is known for his sharp dribbling skills and powerful shot accuracy. He performed well in the EURO 2020 competition, he also helped Italy to win the competition by scoring some goals.

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The fact that Chiesa would play the right wing position means that either Ben Chilwell or Marcos Alonso would mark him.

The question remains, who will be a better asset against Federicio Chiesa. Marcos Alonso possess more attacking qualities than Ben Chilwell, he is also good at set-pieces.

Despite all these qualities, I think Ben Chilwell will be a better asset against Federicio Chiesa because he has pace. Chiesa will try to penetrate from the right wing so he needs a stronger left-back who will always dispossess him.

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Ben Chilwell has not made much appearances for Chelsea this season because of Alonso's great performance. Chelsea's last game against Mancity shows that the English left-back needs to return back to the starting XI.

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