June 3, 2023

Everyone, rejoice! We’re almost there. We’re almost finished. The agony, the agony, the toil and strain… it’s almost over. Believe it or not, there is only one game left: 90 minutes, then salvation. (And then there’s the existential dread of what if next season isn’t the necessary turnaround, but let’s not go there right now.)

Chelsea are really interested in signing Napoli striker Victor Osimhen this summer,

Anyway, last game of the worst season, the last game of Frank Lampard’s worst temporary stint, last you-pick of the 2022-23 season.
The injury situation continues dire, with Reece James suffering another setback and Mason Mount not recuperating well enough to play in what could be his final Chelsea game. N’Golo Kanté, Ben Chilwell, Benoît Badiashile, Marc Cucurella, Mateo Kovai, Armando Broja, and Marcus Betinelli have also been ruled out. Raheem Sterling was not in the team midweek and is reportedly suffering from a hamstring injury, though he has not been formally ruled out.
Make an informed decision.
D – Thiago Silva D – Trevoh Chalobah D – Kalidou Koulibaly D – Wesley Fofana D – Alfie Gilchrist D – César Azpilicueta D – Lewis Hall D – Ruben Loftus-Cheek M – Enzo Fernández M – Denis Zakaria M – Conor Gallagher M – Carney Chukwuemeka M – Carney
AM – Christian Pulisic AM – Joo Félix AM – Mykhailo Mudryk AM – Raheem Sterling (inj) AM – Hakim Ziyech AM – Hakim Ziyech AM – Hakim Ziyech AM – Hakim Ziyech AM – Hakim Ziyech Omari Hutchinson – Noni Madueke AM

Why Chelsea Should Start Using David Datro Fofana

F – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang F – David Datro Fofana AM/F – Kai Havertz

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