Chelsea will be in action against AC Milan on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League. This will be Graham Potter’s second game in the UEFA Champions League, his first game as Chelsea’s manager was against Salzburg, and it ended 1-1. This will be another opportunity for Graham Potter to prove that he is the man for the Chelsea’s team.
AC Milan may not be a pushover for Chelsea, if Graham Potter should have his first win for Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League, then he has to field his best players for the match. In this article, we shall be taking a look at the Chelsea’s strongest lineup for the match against AC Milan on Wednesday.
In the goalkeeping department, Graham Potter is expected to start Edouard Mendy because the Senegalese international has returned to full fitness.
In the defense, the fans expect to see the trio of Thiago Silva, Wesley Fofana and Kalidou Koulibaly. The two-man defense that Graham Potter used against Crystal Palace did not work out effectively, he should return to three-man defense. Reece James and Marc Cucurella are expected to be the right and the left backs, respectively.
In the midfield, Ngolo Kante and Jorginho are expected to hold it down against AC Milan. Kante has returned to full fitness, and he is expected to make the difference for Chelsea.
In the attacking department, Mason mount, Raheem Sterling and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are expected to lead the attack. Kai Havertz is expected to play from the bench because he has not been effective this season for Chelsea. He has played every match for Chelsea this season, and yet, he has scored just one goal.
How well do you think Chelsea will perform in this game against AC Milan, which is coming up on the 5th of October 2022 at Stamford Bridge.
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