How Chelsea Could Lineup In Their Next UEFA Champions League Match
By Folklore | self meida writer
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Tomorrow night will be very tough for Thomas Tuchel men, they will be facing one of the strongest team in Spanish League on 23rd February 2021. Atletico Madrid will be waiting for Chelsea tomorrow to play their UEFA Champions League match. Mason Mount has declared himself fit after having to ice his knee following the 1-1 draw.
With Mason Mount, Chelsea might have the chance to scoerd goals tomorrow against Atletico Madrid. If Thomas Tuchel could make uses of Callum Hudson-Odoi, Chelsea midfielders will be good. Chelsea last match on English Premier League yesterday was draw, Thomas Tuchel will do everything possible to see that his men win this coming up match against Atletico Madrid on UEFA Champions League. Down below is the possible way Chelsea might possibly lineup tomorrow.Strike: Abraham
This might be the possible lineup Chelsea boss might uses tomorrow against Atletico Madrid in UEFA Champions League Competition
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