Full Chelsea squad revealed for Thomas Tuchel’s first game in charge against Wolves

Chelsea are back in action this evening as they return to Premier League action against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The Blues defeated Luton Town last time out in the FA Cup but lots has changed since then, namely the Blues’ head coach following the departure of Frank Lampard.

Lampard was sacked on the back of the win over Luton Town and swiftly replaced by former PSG and Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel, who was confirmed as the club’s next head coach on Tuesday night.

Tuchel flew in on Tuesday and met his new players in a 6pm training session ahead of taking charge of his first game against Wolves at Stamford Bridge this evening.

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It will be a quiet welcome for the German at and empty Stamford Bridge, but he will still be desperate to fans cheering again at home following a disappointing run of form for the Blues.

Lampard was sacked after a run of just two wins from eight Premier League games and if he is going to succeed at Stamford Bridge, Tuchel is going to have to manage much better than that.

And perhaps the key to that will be getting some of the summer’s signings up and running, something he might just have a head start with when it comes to fellow countrymen Timo Werner and Kai Havertz.

Both of those players will be available to Tuchel for the clash with Wolves, and below we take a look at all the options he has at his disposal for his first game, which includes pretty much everyone.

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