Tino Anjorin and Armando Broja are once again going to be part of the first team plans for Chelsea’s Premier League match with Everton.
Both youngsters trained ahead of the Liverpool FA Cup clash on Tuesday, with Anjorin being an unused substitute for the match.
And once again the academy players will be part of the 19 who will be at Stamford Bridge for the big match
Anjorin will be hoping to be on the bench once again, while Broja will likely not be part of the final 18 with Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshuayi the likely players to feature.
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However, both youngsters have been training once again with the first team and have been with the squad overnight in the hotel.
Anjorin has been the Chelsea skipper of the FA Youth Cup team, and made his senior debut in the 7-1 Carabao Cup rout of Grimsby Town.
Meanwhile, Broja has been the top scorer for the youth team and has shown his clinical nature for the Blues on their way to the FA Youth Cup semi-final.
Billy Gilmour could be in with a shout of starting this afternoon after a stunning display in Tuesday’s win over Liverpool.