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- French pair N’Golo Kante and Tiemoue Bakayoko face Andreas Christensen’s Denmark
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The World Cup draw has been announced as plenty of Chelsea players will be in action for their countries next year in Russia.
The big story from a Blues perspective is several of our players in action as England play Belgium. Gary Cahill is used to holding his own against Eden Hazard and Michy Batshuayi in training.
At the grandest stage of them all, the defender will have to stop a formidable Belgian attack. Thibaut Courtois will likely start for Roberto Martinez’s side for the campaign. Charly Musonda and Danny Drinkwater’s hopes of being involved are on the line. The other two teams group G are Panama and Tunisia.
Andreas Christensen will also be playing a big role for Denmark. N’Golo Kante and Tiemoue Bakayoko’s France are the big opposition for the young centre-back. France and Denmark have Australia and Peru in their group.
Overall, there are some mouthwatering clashes in the biggest tournament in the sport.
On June 26th, France play Denmark and just two days later, Belgium and England go head to head.