Here are the Chelsea players that are fit to play in today's game against Tottenham
By Kariiii | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 1283 views
Today Chelsea will be facing Tottenham, the game is going to be a tough one between two top teams in England, and both team will be looking to secure a win tonight.
It is going to be the major test for Chelsea's new manager Thomas Tuchel, as all eyes will be on the game to see if they can finally beat a top 6 team. And he seems to be prepared for the challenge ahead.
Hakim Ziyech who missed the game against Burnley during the weekend, says he is fully fit to play in today's game after Tuchel said the Moroccan had reached his maximum level, and was getting worn out, which was why he rested him.
Ngolo Kante on the other hand is back in training as well, and might just start in today's game, although people have started liking Kovacic and Jorginho's combination, Kante has to start.
Tuchel however said in his press conference that Zouma and Havertz might miss out on today's game, as they walked off the training pitch with minor injuries, but them starting is still unknown.
Asides from Zouma and Havertz, other players are fully fit to play in today's game.
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