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Mudryk start, Fofana issue – Graham Potter forced into Chelsea changes vs Aston Villa

The international break is all but over and preparations for the return of Premier League action are well underway. Already Chelsea’s stars have started to return to Cobham after representing their national teams as Graham Potter now must assess his players ahead of facing Aston Villa.

Reece James and Kai Havertz both left international camps early as the former looked to manage an injury and the latter left the Germany squad due to illness. They are two of a whole host of players the Blues will be hoping are fit enough to feature against Unai Emery’s side.

Cesar Azpilicueta Mason Mount, and Wesley Fofana are all working their way back from injury while Edouard Mendy, Raheem Sterling and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have been pictured in training.

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Potter may be forced into some changes but after only managing a draw against Everton, the former Brighton coach may have some new ideas in mind too. Of course, with Liverpool to quickly follow, some decisions may be made with that game in mind too. takes a look at the changes Potter could make for Chelsea’s return to Premier League action.

Mykhailo Mudryk in, Christian Pulisic out – Throughout March, two of Chelsea’s front three remained consistent. The Blues will be hopeful that Havertz is recovered in time to start against Aston Villa even in a reduced capacity, while Joao Felix has already been back in training having represented Portugal.

The third spot has been more changeable with Sterling, Mudryk and Pulisic all having featured throughout March to challenge the opposition backline and to afford Havertz and Felix more space. USA international Pulisic enjoyed good form against Grenada and El Salvador but had a great deal more travelling than most of his teammates.


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