Chelsea will be forced to play Atletico Madrid on Stamford bridge without essiential players like Mason Mount and Jorginho. This is because both players have reached their UCL yellow card limit, so they need to skip a game in order to cancel it out.
However, Thomas Tuchel is known for his tacticality, he reads the game well and then does the end-time substitution when necessary.
The lineup above also shows the best way Chelsea could still lineup and beat Atletico Madrid despite the absence of Jorginho and Mount. Jorginho plays the defensive midfield position together with Kovacic, his absence will make N'golo kante to appear once again in the first XI while Mason Mount will be replaced with Timo Werner, leaving out Tammy or Giroud upfront.
Chelsea will be all ready to play Atletico Madrid in Stamford bridge, the Spanish team will be out to play because they have conceeded in their home, giving Chelsea an advantage.
Chelsea themselves will also like to score more in order to avoid the risk of home advantage,this lineup looks perfect and Chelsea might not even feel the absence of their two star players if Tuchel makes use of it.
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