Chelsea vs Dortmund Champions League predicted lineup
Chelsea vs Dortmund – At Signal Iduna Park, the Chelsea team will play the hot Borussia Dortmund team led by Edin Terzi. Even though the Blues have had a better UCL season so far and are now in first place in Group E, the situation has changed.
The club has had a lot of injuries, and then there was a busy transfer window where a lot of new players were brought in.
Dortmund won every game before the World Cup break and is in the running for the title this year. West London, on the other hand, hasn’t won a game away from home since October.
CFC will also have a hard time getting players from the league’s player pool. Both Edouard Mendy and Armando Broja have a long way to go before they reach their full potential. N’Golo Kante and Christian Pulisic might not be able to play for another week or two.
Raheem Sterling, Kalidou Koulibaly, Wesley Fofana, Mateo Kovacic, and Denis Zakaria, all of whom are important Blues players, were all out for the whole weekend.
Recent reports say that Sterling hasn’t started training yet and will definitely miss the first leg of the match. However, the four of them might be able to change the outcome in some way.
Benoit Badiashile, Noni Madueke, and David Datro Fofana won’t be able to help Potter in the tournament because CFC ran out of space to sign them up.
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who scored the most goals for Chelsea in the group stages, won’t be able to play for the rest of the Champions League because the club decided not to register him.
This will definitely make it hard for Potter to choose the starting 11 players. Potter has gone with a back four since Badiashile joined Thiago Silva in defence. They have only given up one goal in the four games they have played together, which shows that they work well together. Due to the absence of the young Frenchman, the Blues will have to switch to a defence with three men at the back to deal with the threat of Borussia Dortmund’s attack.