Chelsea will be looking to make a bold statement in the race for UEFA Champions League qualification when Liverpool are the visitors to Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon.
Frank Lampard’s young side have gone goal-crazy in recent weeks and while there is certainly room for improvement at the back, anything might just be possible with the current Chelsea squad.
Frenchman N’Golo Kante could make his long-awaited return to the side after recovering from an ankle problem. While defender Emerson Palmieri and midfielder Mason Mount face late fitness tests on their respective injuries. The Blues have no other injury concerns following their 1-0 home defeat to Valencia in the UEFA Champions League in midweek.
Liverpool arrive at Stamford Bridge boasting the English Premier League’s only remaining 100% record this season. The Reds have scored three or more goals in four of their five league matches this season and are a real threat in the opposition box.
Jurgen Klopp’s side remain without first choice goalkeeper Alisson through injury along with defender Nathaniel Clyne. Forward Divlock Origi is a doubt for the match with the player currently battling an ankle injury. Midfielder Naby Keita could return.
The match is scheduled to kick-off at 4.30pm and will be screened live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League channels.
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we all went through some hella things on our own or even together at the bento box.
but through all its ups and downs, this chapter seems to be one of my few most memorable thus far. Missing my bento family and all the dragon wangz, matcha boba teaz, and pumpkin wontonz we hella sold.. forgot the fact that when we said goodbye to bento that all the holiday partys that came with the box said goodbye too..merpp. #blueforever 🐉 yallz. #holidaynostalgia
Chelsea are currently linked to @kaihavertz29 according to many papers,
I personally would love to see him at Chelsea,heres why:
It was a sensational season for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz, whose 17 goals helped Die Werkself clamber into the top four on the final day of the season and qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
It beggars belief that the Germany international, who has just enjoyed the best season of his career to date, only turned 20 on Tuesday (11 June). What he achieved whilst still a teenager would be the envy of all the illustrious names whose footprints he has far overstepped in such a short period of time.
Michael Ballack, Toni Kroos, Arturo Vidal – the list of phenomenal players Leverkusen have boasted on their books is like a who's who of the world's best midfielders. In Havertz, who first joined the club at the age of 11, they have another name on that list, and one earning similar superlatives.
After making his debut in October 2016 as a substitute against Werder Bremen, thus becoming Leverkusen's youngest-ever player to debut in the Bundesliga, he went on to make a remarkable total of 28 appearances and score four goals in his maiden campaign in professional football.
"I only really realised I might make it two or three years ago," Havertz told bundesliga.com. "We won the German U17 title. That's when I was invited to train here with the senior team for the first time."
Havertz quickly became the youngest player to wear a Leverkusen shirt in the Champions League, debuting from the start in Europe's elite continental club competition in a last-16 tie with Atletico Madrid. He would have appeared once more in the return leg, if only he did not have a school exam to sit.
More records inevitably followed, with Havertz becoming Leverkusen's youngest Bundesliga goalscorer and, at the age of just 18 years and 307 days, the most precocious player to reach 50 appearances in the German top flight. He scored three and assisted nine in his second season, but there was no stopping there.
"I guess reading the game has always been one of my strengths," Havertz explained. "A certain composure on the ball and the ability to make the right choice
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My source are telling me that the ban WILL be lifted for January and Chelsea will go for ac milan star romagnoli!
Chelsea have been quoted 70-80 million but we will start in the region of 60-65 million,
Similar to van dijk he hasnt been dribbled past in many many games,