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CHELSEA vs. EVERTON: If Pochettino sticks with this potent 4-3-3 lineup, with Enzo and Mudryk leading the way, Brentford has no chance against Chelsea

CHELSEA vs. EVERTON: If Pochettino sticks with this potent 4-3-3 lineup, with Enzo and Mudryk leading the way, Brentford has no chance against Chelsea

Chelsea’s matchup with Brentford on Saturday looks to be very important if they want to keep moving up the Premier League standings. Manager Mauricio Pochettino has some selection conundrums because a number of important players are still sidelined due to injuries. Here is a possible lineup for the Blues:

Robert Sanchez: Because of his generally excellent play this season, Sanchez is expected to maintain his position between the sticks despite a recent error.

Defense:

Right Back:

Malo Gusto: With Reece James still recuperating from an injury, the Frenchman is anticipated to start at Brentford from the opening whistle. The Frenchman has impressed since making his West London club debut.

Center Backs:

Axel Disasi: The France defender offers defensive stability and leadership, and he is a surefire starter.

Levi Colwill: Colwill will try to build on his stellar performance in central defense while Wesley Fofana and Benoit Badiashile remain out.

Left Back:

Ben Chilwell: Chilwell will probably continue at left-back, providing both attacking threat and defensive stability while Marc Cucurella heals from his injury.

Midfield:

Central Midfield:

Moises Caicedo: Caicedo is a major player in the middle of the park and is almost a lock to start next to Enzo Fernandez.

Enzo Fernandez: The Argentine midfielder is expected to start at Bramall Lane on Saturday. He has established himself as a key member of Chelsea’s midfield.

Conor Gallagher: Gallagher might start in order to give the Blues’ midfield more vitality and dynamism.

Attack:

Right Wing:

Mykhaylo Mudryk: The Ukrainian winger is expected to remain on the right flank because of his recent strong play, which included a goal for Chelsea in their 3-2 FA Cup fifth-round victory over Leeds United.

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Left Wing:

Cole Palmer: With his recent goals and assists, the young Englishman has made an impression and is vying with Raheem Sterling for a starting position.

Striker:

Nicolas Jackson: Following his recent return to the starting lineup, Jackson may be given the oppo

rtunity to lead the line while Christopher Nkunku recovers.

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