How Chelsea Could Lineup In Today's Premier League Match Against Everton
By Folklore | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 5011 views
Chelsea will be expecting Everton tonight at Stanford Bridge in their English Premier League competition. In this article, I will show you people the possible way Chelsea might lineup. Chelsea have won four of the last six in the top flight, while Everton have earned three wins on the spin. Chelsea vs Everton will be a very tough match tonight in English Premier League competition. Thiago Silva and Tammy Abraham are the only two Chelsea players whose involvement on Monday remains doubtful. With Thiago Silva and Tammy Abraham, Chelsea forwarding wings will be very good.
Thomas Tuchel could start up with Werner as the Chelsea top strike in tonight's game against Everton at Stanford Bridge. Chelsea have not lose any of their matches in all competitions with Thomas Tuchel. Chelsea have been doing very well in all competitions since this season with their new Manager Thomas Tuchel. Down below might be the possible way Thomas Tuchel might lineup his men against Everton.
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