Chelsea are going to face Everton on Saturday as they will like to continue their winning streak.
Chelsea manager Graham Potter will miss two of his key players. Raheem Sterling and Mason Mount will be absent on Saturday at the Stanford Bridge. The Blues have won their last three matches across all competitions and will be hoping to increase their lead against Everton.
Here are the possible eleven for Chelsea that could be tasked with earning all three points.
CHELSEA POSSIBLE LINE-UP AGAINST EVERTON
GK – Kepa Arrizabalaga
Kepa Arrizabalaga will be the shot-stopper against the Toffees on Saturday as Eduardo Mendy in currently suffering from a broken finger. However, he is expected to return to action over the next few weeks.
DEF – Wesley Fofana, Kalidou Koulibaly, Marc Cucurella
Chelsea will stick to the same back three that played in last weekend’s victory over Leicester City. The Blues are still without Cezar Azpilicueta as he continues to recover from a concussion. Thiago Silva is also sidelined due to injury.
The back-three looked solid in a few matches as Chelsea have only conceded one goal in the last three matches.
MID – REECE JAMES, ENZO FERNANDEZ, MATEO KOVACIC, BEN CHILWELL
After returning from injury, Ben Chilwell has been Chelsea’s best player in recent weeks and will again start on the left flank. On the other flank, Reece James will start after missing out against Leicester. Fernandez and Kovacic will pair up at the centre of the pitch for the Blues.
ATK – MYKHAILO MUDRYK, JOÃO FELIX, KAI HAVERTZ
Chelsea could go unchanged at top of the pitch after scoring 3 goals against Leicester City, last weekend. Mykhailo Mudryk is set to keep his place in the line-up, as provided his first assist for the Blues last time around. João Felix has shown good signs of form in the last few matches and will be given nod once again. At the No.10 position, Kai Havertz is doing a great job and Potter should stick to him against Everton.
Potter will hope to continue the winning form.
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