Thomas Tuchel's side will face West Ham United at London Stadium tomorrow in a Premier League match. It will be their second meeting with the hosts this season, and this time it will be under Thomas Tuchel. The blues defeated the hosts 3-0 in the first leg at the Bridge under Frank Lampard.
After losing to Newcastle at the weekend, David Moyes' side is still looking for a victory. This season's Premier League away games have been particularly successful for Chelsea, particularly under new manager Thomas Tuchel.
David Moyes will be without three of his stars, which will be a major setback for him. Declan Rice, who is reportedly nursing a knee injury, is unavailable for West Ham United's midfield. Michael Antonio, a forward for West Ham United, is also out for the season, and defender Craig Dawson has been suspended for the game against the Blues after receiving two yellow cards in a row. As a result, the blues should expect the hammers to play in a 5-3-2 formation, which will enable them to defend and counterattack during the game.
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