Thomas Tuchel has revealed in his pre-match press conference this afternoon that Mason Mount will miss tomorrow's game against Manchester City due to the minor injury suffered in their Carabao Cup game against Aston Villa on Wednesday.
The English midfielder is undoubtedly one of the players in the current Chelsea squad, and he has been an important part of Thomas Tuchel's team since he became the new Chelsea manager in January, and he is a big miss for Tuchel's Chelsea team tomorrow as they would look to win the game in front of their fans at Stamford Bridge.
Nonetheless, Thomas Tuchel has numerous attacking options all available for selection tomorrow. And we have suggested the best way Tuchel could lineup his team without Mason Mount.
Tuchel has been utilizing the 3-5-2 formation in some of their games this season, and they have performed well each time they use the formation. And Tuchel might choose to use it against Man City tomorrow with Timo Werner and Lukaku playing upfront.
Below is how Tuchel could lineup his team against Manchester City without Mason Mount.
Mendy: Tuchel has today revealed that Mendy is in good condition to start tomorrow after returning from injury.
Thiago Silva, Rudiger, and Christenson were all rested on Wednesday night and they are all expected to return to the starting lineup tomorrow.
Rudiger, Silva, Christenson.
Ziyech has struggled to impress in his last few games after returning from injury, but he could perform well as a number 10 against Man City.
Lukaku and Werner could form a strong partnership upfront.
Kepa Bettinelli; Chalobah, Alonso, James; Kovacic, Saul, Loftus-Cheek, Barkley; Havertz, Hudson-Odoi.
Lineup created by the author.
(Photos credit: Google photos).
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