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BRE VS CHE: How Thomas Tuchel Could Line-Up Without Lukaku And Rudiger On Saturday

Thomas Tuchel and his men will face Brentford on Saturday, the blues are ahead of Liverpool with only 1 point. Chelsea will only maintain their position if the boys get a victory against Brentford on Saturday. In this article, I will be showing you how Thomas Tuchel could Line-Up without Antonio Rudiger and Romelu Lukaku. Thomas Tuchel has not confirmed that both players will be unavailable for selection, but in case Lukaku and Rudiger didn't get the green light before the match.

1. GK: Edouard Mendy is fully fit ahead of the game, and he will surely start on Saturday.

2. CB: Thiago Silva

3. CB: Andrea Christensen didn't start their last premier league game against Southampton and he could start against Brentford on Saturday.

4. CB: Trevoh Chalobah was on the score sheet against Southampton and he could start on Saturday, the English youngster has been performing well.

5. RWB: Azpilicueta will lead the boys out on Saturday, the Chelsea captain lost the nations league final against France and he will be in action this week.

6. LWB: Ben Chilwell scored his first goal for the three lions last week, and he was on the score sheet in their last premier league game against Southampton. He could start ahead of Marcos Alonso on Saturday.

7. CDM: Jorginho

8. CDM: Kovacic has been doing really well this season, N'Golo Kante started training last week and I don't think that the French midfielder will start the game.

9. RW: Kai Havertz could start against Brentford on Saturday, after his performance against North Macedonia.

10. LW: Mason Mount

11. FW: Timo Werner was exceptional in his last three games, he scored a brace against North Macedonia.

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