Chelsea could have one of their bests back in the line up with the EPL fast approaching start
Before the international break, Chelsea saw both Tammy Abraham and Thiago Silva stoke to the sidelines with injury issues.
Despite Thiago Silva being an unused sub in one of their games, the Brazilian retuned to injury after picking a knock while training the following day.
Tammy Abraham on the other hand since the Newcastle game, had seen the rough tackle on his sideline him.
The striker hopes to return to action in no long time as the issue saw him miss out on national duties as well with Mason Mount impressing most.
The 36-year-old is expected to return to full action by the West Brom clash fixture date while Tammy Abraham also pushes for recovery.
N’Golo Kanté is yet to be confirmed available after he had to return to the club after just a match for France.
The 30-year-old despite having not leaped off the pitch was reported to have felt pain on his left thigh and is to miss the rest of France’s fixtures in the campaign.
According to sources, Thiago Silva has now returned to training after being away for quite a while.
Christian Pulisic has also returned to the club after seeing out his national duties with the last coming with a man of the match award that pushed his coach into applauding the winger’s crafts.
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