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Chelsea Predicted XI against Leeds United

Chelsea faces Leeds United this weekend in Premier League at Stanford Bridge. Potter can make some changes in starting eleven.

The Blues have not registered a single win in their last five league games, so they need to buckle up on Saturday. The team sheet might go through some changes and some players might get benched.

Potter’s future is at stake as rumors suggest that the Former Brighton manager might get sacked. But Chelsea hierarchy has conveyed that Potter has their full support.

We predict Chelsea’s Starting Eleven against Leeds United this weekend:-

GOALKEEPER

Kepa Arrizabalaga will play between the sticks as Eduardo Mendy is still suffering from an injury. The Spanish GK is yet to show his best this season.

DEFENSE

The fullback duo of Reece James and Ben Chilwell will start against Leeds as well. We also predict that Reece James might wear the captain’s armband due to the absence of some senior players.

Thiago Silva has suffered an injury against Tottenham last weekend and Wesley Fofana could make his way into the eleven. Fofana will partner with Kalidou Koulibaly in the heart of the defence.

MIDFIELD

WorldCup winner Enzo Fernandez will play crucial at the heart of the pitch. He will keep his position in Chelsea’s team sheet. Ruben Loftus-Cheek might get dropped and Dennis Zakaria, who’s now fit again could start against Leeds United.

ATTACK

Potter likes to operate João Felix in the No.10 position and Kai Havertz in the No.9 position and he could go for the same against Leeds. Raheem Sterling had a good game against Tottenham last weekend and could feature in the starting eleven.

And Mykhailo Mudryk can replace Hakim Ziyech in a wider position.

STARTING XI FOR CHELSEA AGAINST LEEDS UNITED

KEPA ARRIZABALAGA, REECE JAMES, WESLEY FOFANA, KALIDOU KOULIBALY, BEN CHILWELL, ENZO FERNANDEZ, DENNIS ZAKARIA, KAI HAVERTZ, MYKHAILO MUDRYK, JOÃO FELIX, RAHEEM STERLING.

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