Chelsea’s fresh injury woes multiply ahead of their season aspiration

Chelsea's fresh injury woes multiply ahead of their season aspiration

The Blues would be without the services of certain of its players as injury beckons within the Chelsea squad.

The latest scenario here is that Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku would be joining the treatment room after they were both injured in the win against Malmo FF at home.

Though the replacement for the two injured players Kai Havertz and Callum Hudson-Odoi were impressive in the game.

But the situation presents fresh team deliberation for Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel. Kai Havertz may have found the back of the net for Chelsea's third goal of the contest.

But the absence of Romelu Lukaku especially along with the German forward Timo Werner could be a tall order for the West London side in the coming days.

The two players are very key to what the Blues can achieve this season and their absence could spell more tactical reshuffling from Thomas Tuchel's point of view.

It's really going to be amazing to see how he makes up for this case of injury while the demand for the positive results will still persist on the team from the Chelsea fans faithful.

Lukaku's presence has given Chelsea the real threat (fear factor) in attack while Werner's slippery playing style has been difficult for opposing defenders to deal with.

A lot of team enumerations would be on the cards for Chelsea while who takes over the place left behind by the duo (Lukaku and Werner)would be relatively in view.

Tuchel has got to prove his Coaching mettle in this case and the way he manages this stance can affect Chelsea's season advancement.

Losing Lukaku and Werner could be tough to make up for but it could give the likes of talented folks in Hakim Ziyech and Kai Havertz more chance in the team alongside Mason Mount and N'Golo Kante.

Even as Ziyech has been in and out of the Chelsea first team squad due to injury in recent times.

This article was most recently revised and updated 1 month ago

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