Imagine if players do not sustain injuries which bring sets back to the team, Sarri Maurizio would have made these players his first eleven.
Former Napoli coach, Sarri Maurizio, who moved to Chelsea FC in the summer transfer window following the departure of Antonio Conte is yet to have his first eleven players.
The Italian in the Blues last 8 matches he has managed this season have switched some players.
He had earlier on disclosed that it will take the Blues some weeks to meet his standards.
Despite this, the Blues currently seat at the third spot on the EPL table and they hope to move up this weekend if they can defeat the current toppers, Liverpool.
Chelsea defeated the Reds on Wednesday night but tomorrow match at Stamford Bridge will be a different ball game entirely.
Had it been that football is devoid of injury, these are the players Sarri would have loved to start.
Goal Post – this will surely be covered by Kepa.
Defense – Ceasar Azplicueta and Marcos Alonso on the right and left back.
The centre-back will be covered by David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger (Rudiger is not likely to play following his injury giving way for Gary Cahill).
Midfield – The trio of Jorginho, Kante and Matteo Kovacic will cover this area.
Attack – Sarri would have preferred Olivier Giroud, Hazard and Pedro (Pedro is not likely to play following his shoulder injury).