Frank Lampard is likely to make changes to his Chelsea team for this evening’s Premier League clash against West Ham.
Last in action on Sunday as the Blues beat Leicester City 1-0 in the FA Cup, the head coach changed things about for the game at the King Power stadium to freshen things up.
However, he wasn’t pleased with what he saw from his side in the first period and subsequently made a triple change at the start of the second half.
Given his side now face another league game, as well as the fact he wasn’t happy with his team’s performance at Leicester, the club’s all-time top goalscorer will make a few alterations for tonight’s match in east London.
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But who could he change? football.london takes a look.
Cesar Azpilicueta for Recce James
Lampard’s first change could come at right-back with Azpilicueta coming into the side.
James got the nod at Leicester but only lasted 45 minutes as the captain was introduced at the break.
It would be a shock if the Spaniard wasn’t recalled to the starting XI at the London Stadium.
Andreas Christensen for Kurt Zouma
Christensen wasn’t involved at Leicester and there are question marks over whether or not he will get the nod against the Hammers.
The Dane is struggling with an injury but Lampard has confirmed that he is in the matchday squad for the game.
If he is indeed fit to take part, he could well come straight in to continue playing alongside Antonio Rudiger.
Marcos Alonso for Emerson Palmieri
One likely change for the Blues will come at left-back.
Emerson was handed a rare opportunity to start against Leicester but Alonso is expected to be recalled to the starting XI.
Marcos Alonso has impressed since returning to the Chelsea team
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Left-back has been a problem position for Lampard this…