Setback For Chelsea As 2 Players Are Doubtful For Tottenham Match
By Showsam | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1 views
Chelsea football club of England will be traveling to the Northern part of London to take on Tottenham Hotspur in a premier league match.
However, the blues have some worrisome news as two of the first team players are unlikely to take part in the London derby clash against Jose Mourinho and his boys.
The Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel has made this revelation during his pre match conference that the players pick up injuries during the final training session ahead of Thursday premier league match.
The duo of Kai Harverts and Kurt Zouma are the lastest injury concern for the Stamford Bridge side but as expected, they will undergo further tests to know the severity of their injury.
The German international player has played at least 60 minutes in the first two games played under the new manager, while the Frenchman is still waiting for his chance to come, with Tuchel favoring Cesar Azilipicueta, Thiago Silva and Tony Rudiger in his starting line up.
Hopefully, the injury is not something serious as it would be a big blow for the blues, as they are gradually finding their feet in the title race.
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