Chelsea FC Starting XI Prediction at Everton FC

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Chelsea have been up and down lately, but they’ll need to be more consistent if they’re to finish in the top four this season. Up next is a visit to Everton, who are fighting to get back above the relegation zone. In what could be the final game for Toffees boss Marco Silva, should the hosts lose, the visitors may have the services of Tammy Abraham at their disposal.

Blues boss Frank Lampard said the knock on the young striker’s knee, which forced him out of action after 83 minutes yesterday, isn’t too bad. Overall, the youthful rebuild at Chelsea is going very smoothly, and seems to be ahead of schedule. Christian Pulisic is really blossoming right now, and Lampard believes the American has the potential to enter the top elite class of individual players in world football.

Let’s take a look at the projected first team for the Saturday clash.

Chelsea FC Starting XI Prediction (4-3-3) at Everton FC 

Pulisic      Abraham     Willian

Mount     Jorginho     Kante

Emerson      Tomori     Zouma     Azpilicueta

Kepa

Chelsea at Everton FYIs

Team news for both sides: go to this link

Kickoff: Goodison Park, Wednesday December 7th,  12:30 pm

Google Result Probability: Chelsea win 45%, Draw 27%, Everton win 28%

Form Guide: Chelsea WLLWW  Everton LLLWD

Prediction: Chelsea 2, Everton 1

This one should might be tight, but in the end, hey, it’s time to retread Moyes.

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