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4 Observations From Chelsea Training Section Today

Today, Chelsea trained ahead of their match against Southampton in the Premier League round 7 fixture. Check out 4 observations from the Squad as they trained today.

1) Mason Mount Set To Return To Action

In Chelsea training section today, the club star player Mason Mount, returned to action as he was looking very sharp and fit. The Chelsea attacking midfielder suffered a knock injury which kept him on the sidelines. The injury saw him miss some crucial matches like the match against Manchester City and Juventus.

The attacking midfielder is set to return to action as he now looks in good shape ahead of their next Premier League match which would take place on the 2nd of October. Mason Mount would be hoping to continue his top performance going into the game which would take place at Stanford Bridge.


2) The Team Working Very Hard

In training today, the Chelsea squad worked very hard as they are keen on bouncing back to winning ways after they lost to Manchester City in their last Premier League match.

The Chelsea squad gave their best in training today as they looked set to lock horns with Southampton. The players looked very agile and sharp.


3) Jorginho And Hudson Odoi In High Spirit

Chelsea top players Jorginho and Hudson Odoi look set to feature in the match against Southampton as they were in high spirits. Both players may likely start in the match against Southampton as they worked very hard in training.


4) Lukaku Looking Sharp And Fit

In Chelsea training section today, star player Romelu Lukaku looked very sharp and fit. The striker who has failed to score a goal in Chelsea's last 3 games is currently keen on ending his goalless run as he trained very well with his teammates today.

Lukaku is keen on attaining top form before they take on Southampton on the 2nd of October.

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