In Carabao Cup 2021/22 semi-final Chelsea vs Tottenham first leg match as second match coming up on Tuesday next week 20:45 BST (8:45 p.m. local time).
Meanwhile, Chelsea will take on Tottenham at Stamford Bridge in today’s game, which will be tougher to be watch as Thomas Tuchel set to display his new tatical skills into used.
Chelsea will face London rival’s Tottenham in the Carabao Cup semi-final on Wednesday with the winner progressing to the final.
This is another opportunity for Thomas Tuchel to add to his title collection at Chelsea, and for that to be achieved he needs to start these three players against Antonio Conte side.
1 N’golo Kante
The former Leicester City midfielder has been the club’s best player since returning for injury. His work rate and what he offers the attack shows he deserves to start important games for the Blues presently.
Tottenham clash with Chelsea is an important match for the Blues, and they need their best players to feature in the game.
2 Christian Pulisic
The former Borussia Dortmund winger’s performance against Liverpool in the English Premier League should earn him a start against Spurs.
The USMNT captain offered a lot going forward and scored a beautiful goal, pairing him alongside Romelu Lukaku would keep Tottenham defenders on their toes all through the game.
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3. Romelu Lukaku
Lukaku deserves to start against Tottenham despite the recent controversies surrounding the Belgian striker due to the recent interview he granted about his move to the Blues.
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Lukaku played under Conte during his time with Inter Milan, and he could know one or two things about how the Italian manager set up his defence.
Tuchel should take this opportunity to get one against the former Chelsea manager. Chelsea needs a win in this particular fixture for them to book a place in the final to face either Arsenal or Liverpool.