Ahead of the crucial Champions League game against Juventus tonight, Chelsea players were spotted carrying out their last training session.
As usual, the training photos were posted by the club on its official website. Some of the players spotted in the training photos include Romelu Lukaku, Marcos Alonso, Hakim Ziyech, Trevoh Chalobah, Kai Havertz and a host of others.
The triad of Ngolo Kante, Christian Pulisic and Reece James didn't participate in the training sessions as they're currently sidelined from the match.
Here are the photos below:
Chelsea will surely be going all out for the win at the Allianz Stadium as they hope to return to winning ways following last weekend's defeat against Manchester City.
Speaking to the press earlier yesterday, Thomas Tuchel spoke on the advantages of being tagged as an underdog.
He was quoted as saying, "We were not the favourites last season but we got better with every match, and grew in confidence. We were seen as real contenders very late in the competition and that can sometimes help."
Tell us what you noticed from the training photos in the comments section below.
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