Frank Lampard provides N’Golo Kante injury update ahead of Chelsea’s meeting with Man United
By johnobinna | self meida writer
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The FA Cup is obviously set to get back in progress this end of the week. The first of two semi-last conflicts will see Arsenal go head to head with competition holders Manchester City Saturday evening.
Also, this will be trailed by another profoundly foreseen conflict between two of English football's greatest clubs, when Chelsea and Manchester United clash on Sunday evening.
The two sides are set to the Wembley confrontation in 2 days' time on the rear of midweek triumphs, in their individual quest for the best 4 compartment.
Initial, a singular strike from Olivier Giroud saw Chelsea past a spunky Norwich at Stamford Bridge.
Furthermore, Manchester United likewise kept their expectations of Champions League football alive on Thursday evening, when the Red Devils showed signs of improvement of Crystal Palace in London.
Altogether, it ought to be noticed that Chelsea's most recent excursion went ahead Tuesday, which means Frank Lampard's men are set to have an extra 48 hours of recuperation time before Sunday's semi-final.
French midfielder Kante has missed his side's last 3 trips, since getting a hamstring injury during Chelsea's 3-0 win over Watford fourteen days back.
Also, talking in his pre-United question and answer session this evening, Frank Lampard affirmed that the 29-year-old is 'still wrong', which means he won't be fit to highlight at Wembley on Sunday.
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