Two Chelsea wonderkids spotted in first team training ahead of Liverpool FA Cup clash

Chelsea are in FA Cup action against Liverpool tomorrow night, and two wonderkids have been spotted in first team training.

Armando Broja and Tino Anjorin have both excelled this season for the youth sides, and trained with the Blues ahead of the match at Stamford Bridge.

It’s not guaranteed that the pair will be part of the game, however, with the Blues’s Development Squad taking on Everton tonight in PL2 action.

However, Chelsea’s first team have been hit with more injuries woes, with Andreas Christensen a doubt for the match, and Callum Hudson-Odoi, N’Golo Kante, Christian Pulisic and Tammy Abraham all out.

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With the race for the top four the key for the Blues to stay in the Champions League for next season, Lampard might rotate slightly.

However, Lampard will keep a strong team, saying: “A team that gives everything to try to get through to the next round, against a very strong Liverpool team.

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“I believe in the squad, sometimes you have to make changes and you have to go game by game and case by case on that.

“The team I put out should give everything to compete with Liverpool, as we have done twice this season.

Armando Broja watches Kurt Zouma in Chelsea training (Photo by Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

Tino Anjorin watches Reece James and Andreas Christensen in Chelsea first team training (Photo by Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

“We’ve competed very well against them and were probably unfortunate to lose on both occasions.

“So we have to approach it with the same spirit, to try to win.”

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Ruben Loftus-Cheek will also miss the match as he is set to play for the youth team tonight in order to get more minutes under his belt.

Billy Gilmour also trained with the first team, however he was promoted…