Chelsea are currently in a fantastic position as they seek to establish their reputation. Chelsea is ready to face the European heavyweights Real Madrid, who have more experience in the UEFA Champions League than Chelsea, who is returning to this stage after a seven-year absence.
The Blues will most certainly be missing key players, but Chelsea fans are confident in their manager, Thomas Tuchel, to use the best replacement and still perform. Chelsea is dealing with two injuries, one Midfield and the other from the defense line.
Antonio Rudiger is out, which is a significant blow, and Mateo Kovacic may also be unfit for the job. They should be back by Tuesday to begin training.
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Chelsea rested key players such as Ngolo Kante and Jorgihno, and the fitness of thiago, Christensen, and Zouma gives them some hope.
Pulisic and Havertz are on fire, while Mount will be available despite knocking himself out against Fulham. Chelsea are prepared to confront any opponent that comes their way. Madrid may also be without Varane, who was hurt during the La Liga campaign.