Chelsea and Leicester City will lock horns once again on Tuesday night when they do battle at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League with top four spots the target for both.
The Foxes, who beat the Blues in the FA Cup final at the weekend, head to the capital for a second time in four days in a very jovial mood having won 1-0 at Wembley, Youri Tielemans capping a superb display with a fantastic winner.
It was the second defeat on the spin for Tuchel’s side, by the same 1-0 scoreline as well, as the Blues head coach desperately wants to get Chelsea back on track in the race for the top four as they hold a cushion of just a single point over Liverpool with two games to go.
For Chelsea, win both of their games and they will get in the top four. Simple. With a win on Tuesday, Tuchel’s side would move above Leicester into third with one game to go and all but seal European football again next season.
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The Chelsea head coach has made plenty of changes for his starting lineups, with varying degrees of success it mus be said and changes could be on the cards once again at Stamford Bridge but they are unlikely to be wholesale.
As always, we ask our Chelsea writers Sam Inkersole and Adam Newson to pick their teams if they were in Tuchel’s shoes and here is what they have gone with for the crunch clash with the Foxes
Tuchel has to get this one right after the massive disappointment of Saturday and while I think there will be changes, I don’t think there will be too many and the majority of them will be in the final third.
One thing is for sure – Edouard Mendy will return in goal. Kepa kept his place for the cup final having started every game in the competition but he will make way for the Senegalese stopper.
Reece James should keep his place but he will likely go back to right wing back, with either Cesar Azpilicueta or…