What Chelsea Need To Do To Beat Everton Today

 

 

This afternoon, the Blues will travel to Goodison Park for the second leg of their first-round Premier League match of the season. With their season currently in peril, Frank Lampard’s team are hoping to earn at least a point against the visitors on Saturday. The first leg of the tie between the two clubs took place at Stamford Bridge in December and ended in a 1-1 draw. However, given Chelsea‘s current pace and form, they are unlikely to pick up a point against them.

As a result of injuries to some of its most important first-team players, Chelsea is struggling to compete in the Premier League. Mateo Kovacic, Hudson-Odoi, and Ben Chilwell are among the players who fall under this category. Chelsea will have to come up with a game-changing approach if they want to win this match.

As a result, Chelsea must field a 3-4-1-2 formation in order to exert influence over the change plan. Edouard Mendy will, without a doubt, be in charge of the goalkeeper’s management. Cesar Azpilicueta, Thiango Silva, and Anthony Rudiger will be the defensive line captains for the New York Giants

James, Jorgino, Kante, and Alonso will be tasked with manning the midfield position. Timothy Werner and Kai Harvetz should be deployed on the left and right flanks, respectively, with Mason Mount serving as an attacking midfielder.

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