Morata out, Giroud to lead the line – Predicted 3-4-3 Chelsea line-up to take on Swansea City

Predicted Chelsea Line-up To Face Swansea City In The Premier League

Chelsea travel to face Swansea City this Saturday as the Blues look to boost their chances of a top-four finish. The Blues have endured a lukewarm campaign this season but with a few games in hand, they do have a strong chance of finishing in one of the Champions League qualification spots.

Antonio Conte’s men are unbeaten in their last 4 games and the upcoming encounter will provide them with a solid chance of maintaining their good run of form.

However, going up against Swansea at the Liberty Stadium will not be easy. Ever since Carlos Carvalhal took charge of the club, the Swans have been rather unpredictable. However, given the situation, Chelsea must push for nothing less than a win.

Probable Chelsea XI

Manager: Antonio Conte

Formation: 3-4-3

Thibaut Courtois (GK)

Courtois has been a reliable presence for Chelsea this season and he is expected to take up his usual role between the sticks.

Gary Cahill (CB)

Cahill has proven to be quite sturdy at the back lately and he should find himself in the starting line-up this Saturday.

Cesar Azpilicueta (CB)

Azpilicueta has been one of Chelsea’s standout performers this season and he is a sure starter for the match against Swansea.

Antonio Rudiger (CB)

The three-man defence is expected to be completed by Rudiger, who has combined admirably with Azpilicueta and Cahill.

Emerson Palmieri (LWB)

Chelsea’s first-choice for this role, Marcos Alonso is will miss this game as he will be serving the second of his three-match ban. Thus, the promising Palmieri is likely to deputise in his place.

N’Golo Kante (CM)

Kante has been rock-solid for Chelsea in the middle of the park. He can effortlessly link the defence with the attack and is a sure starter.

Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas (CM)

Fabregas often works well with Kante and he is likely to be handed a start against Swansea.

Victor Moses (RWB)

Moses has been a constant for Chelsea and the game on Saturday should see him retain his spot.

Willian (RW)

Willian was unfairly taken off against Southampton but he has proven to be an incredibly influential player. His creativity can work wonders for the club and he should receive a starting spot for this match.

Olivier Giroud

 

Eden Hazard (LW)

Hazard’s pace and impact from the left-wing remain unparalleled for Chelsea and he is expected to be deployed in his usual role.

Olivier Giroud (ST)

After his spectacular display against Southampton, the towering Frenchman is likely to lead the line for Chelsea.

 

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