Chelsea football club supporters and management team will be buoyed and delighted ahead of the second leg of their UEFA champions league knockout stage game against Borrusia Dortmund at Stamford bridge on Tuesday.
Two of there top stars Ngolo Kante and Reece James will certainly be the source of joy as they trained very well earlier this morning at Cobham center alongside the rest of there teammates, recall that both of them missed out on the clubs victory over Leeds united at Stamford bridge last weekend due to various fitness concerns.
Ngolo Kante and Ben chilwell all smiles as they walked into the team's training center this morning via Twitter photos.
Graham Potter will be looking to overturn a first leg defeat tomorrow in front of there supporters at Stamford bridge and the return to fitness of these key players alongside that morale lifting victory at the weekend could serve as the necessary ingredients for a product result Tuesday night.
Reece James in training today at Cobham center via Twitter photos.
Chelsea players in today's training sessions via Twitter photos.
Graham Potter and his management staffs via Twitter photos
The boys trained in their customary black training gears via Twitter photos.
As always we will continue to bring you all the build up, injury news, predicted eleven and possibly result for that match and all the UEFA champions league games that will take place this midweek across rit9.
The Chelsea players warning up at Cobham center this morning via Twitter photos
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