Chelsea will be bidding to record their second straight victory in the English Premier League on Saturday when they face Nottingham Forest in their next game of the season.
Recall that the West Londoners ended their winless run in the English top-flight division last weekend with a remarkable 3-1 win over Bournemouth at Vitality Stadium, and they will be looking for another victory over Nottingham Forest on Saturday to continue with their push for Europe football.
However, the Blues will be going into Saturday's Premier League match against Nottingham Forest without the services of some of their key players, who have been ruled out of the game with their respective injuries.
Reece James and Mason Mount will not be available for the English Premier League game on Saturday, following the season-ending injuries they sustained a few weeks ago.
Kalidou Koulibaly and Armando Broja have also been ruled out for the remainder of the season, due to the career-threatened injuries they sustained a few weeks ago, and the duo will miss the game against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
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