Fikayo Tomori has warned his Chelsea team-mates about the threat posed by Everton ahead of the Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men are the visitors to west London tomorrow for a crucial game for both sides as they continue to push for European football this season.
Chelsea currently sit fourth in the table going into the game, while Everton are just eight points behind the Blues after an impressive run of form since Ancelotti took charge in December.
And Tomori said Chelsea are expecting a tough game against the Toffees, with the 22-year-old highlighting the key men his side will need to watch out for.
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“They have Dom Calvert-Lewin, who I know pretty well from England youth teams. He has been scoring a lot of goals lately,” said Tomori in an interview for Chelsea’s club website .
“They have Richarlison, [Gylfi] Sigurdsson, [Theo] Walcott, [Alex] Iwobi, [Andre] Gomes, all clever players who can cause damage. We’ll have to be on our game and produce a similar performance to the Liverpool one.
“We expect a tough game. Earlier on in the season they managed to beat us. They have a new manager now; they have had a lot of good results.
“But they are coming to Stamford Bridge and we want to make it difficult for them. They have good players but if we approach the game in the right way I’m sure we can get the three points.
“We’re on a high after the Liverpool result. For us to play the way we did and beat them gives us a lot of confidence.
“We want to take that into the Everton game. It’s another home game, in front of our fans who I am sure will be buzzing, and it’s a chance to get three points and cement our place in the top four a bit more.’