CHELSEA NEWS

Mudryk, James,and Chilwell all trained as chelsea getting ready for Liverpool

 

Chelsea seem to have received an injury boost ahead of the Liverpool game in the Premier League on Saturday, judging by videos from Cobham. That’s right, a bit of good team news for a change. Injuries have ravaged this Blues roster, to an unmanageable extent.

Head coach Graham Potter claims that the club are looking into the currently unprecedented poor fitness record. Medical staff must be scrambling to assemble a CFC starting XI of senior professionals. Dear, oh dear.

Anyway, let’s get to the news you’re here for. First of all, Mykhailo Mudryk is already practicing with his Chelsea teammates, thankfully. With any luck, the skilful and rapid Ukrainian will reinvigorate as well as raise the hopes of the lineup on the field of play.

In another potential boost for Potter and the Blues fanbase, Reece James and Ben Chilwell were seen at Cobham. According to Evening Standard, the footage was from full training, which means the two defenders must be close to returning. Chilwell may be back sooner, the outlet state.

Can Chelsea beat Liverpool?

Yes, the Blue can certainly get the three points at the weekend versus Liverpool, and have proven that over the years in various incarnations of CFC. Recent form of the two is similar. During five outings, the Reds secured two victories, there were a couple of stalemates and a solitary defeat; Chelsea have lost three, won a single game and drew once.

In the previous five fixtures in which the pair have met, Jurgen Klopp’s men came out on top twice, there were two draws and Chels’ were victorious on one occasion. Other similarities at present are performances – as results attest – managers being under pressure though highly rated, rattled fans and signings not quite living up to their top billing. Not to mention evolving or stagnating squads in general.

All these aspects actually lead to a fascinating showdown in EPL gameweek 21 – at least it is exciting for neutral viewers. Blues and this half of Merseyside supporters will be nervous and subsequently exhausted after the final whistle blows. The current top four will also be watching intently, as hibernating English top-flight giants clash at Anfield.

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