If Tuchel intends to win today's champions league encounter against Malmo FF, he will need to have a quality squad. This means he'll have to alter his starting lineup from Saturday's game versus Brantford. Chelsea's strongest lineup for tonight's match against Malmo FF can be found below.
Kepa Arizzabalaga should get the start in goal. Following his effort against Brantford, Mendy should be rested.
Rudigar and Thaigo Silva have returned and should start alongside Azpillicuta in the middle defense area. Reece James, who has returned to full fitness, should start at right wing back, with Alonso at left wing back.
Jorginho, Chelsea's most experienced midfielder, should start in place of Alonside Kovacic. Both players are top-notch, and I anticipate them to deliver today.
Mount should be on the left, Werner in the lead, and Kai Havertz should be in charge of the attack. As proven by their performance in the Champions League final against Manchester City earlier this year, this three is capable of dismantling any defense in the world, and I believe they will do so again against Malmo. My absence of Lukaku will surprise a lot of people. He has struggled in past games, scoring goals has been difficult for him. He should, in my opinion, start from the bench.
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