Ahead of Chelsea's game with Real Madrid, Dani Carvajal has gotten injured and will be a doubt for second leg. Dani Carvajal played well in the first leg, he played the role of right wing back and was a little hinderance to Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell.
Nacho will be squeezed into the right-back position once again while Eder Militao and Rafael Varane becomes the central defenders. There are also rumours that Sergio Ramos could play the second leg against Chelsea, also Marcelo has been called up to manage a polling station ahead of Brazil's election, he could be a doubt for that same second leg.
Mateo Kovacic might return against Fulham and this might make Tuchel to pair him up with N'golo kante. Zinedane zidane's team is really suffering a lot of injury situations although most of them are gradually returning from injury.
This news of Carvajal's injury is really a good update to Chelsea fans although the blues have a higher advantage more than the Spanish giants.
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