- Antonio Conte to be without two first-team players for Everton clash.
- Charly Musonda has a groin train, David Luiz still recovering from knee injury.
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Chelsea will be without two players for their visit to Goodison Park to face Everton on Saturday lunchtime, according to Physio Room.
Don’t fear, though, it’s doubtful either of them would have been involved anyway.
The Belgian looked to be finding his way into Antonio Conte’s first-team plans, but the Belgian has struggled with injury in recent weeks and has subsequently fallen off the radar.
Things are not about to get any easier for Musonda, either. As per Physio Room, he is a ‘major doubt’ for Chelsea’s trip to Everton with a groin strain. Though, even in the absence of Alvaro Morata, you have to doubt that Conte would have called upon the youngster even if he was fit.
Physio Room report that David Luiz will be unavailable once again as he continues to recover from a knee injury. The Brazilian has not featured for the Blues since our 4-0 victory over Qarabag.
Thanks to the meteoric rise of Andreas Christensen, Luiz will not really be missed, which seems absurd to say when you consider how influential he was in our title triumph last time around!