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Tuchel’s hoping to have Mateo Kovačić available for the weekend and Andreas Christensen available before the end of the season, but neither will be available today, which does limit certain rotational options.
With the FA Cup final coming up on Saturday, but having rotated half the team last weekend, Tuchel will be expected to field a strong starting XI to ensure the three points in this one as much as he can.
Chelsea have won three on the bounce after the minor blip of just two from five, with the attack producing the necessary goals (two in each of those three) and the defense continuing to perform at near-historic efficiency (two goals conceded in our last seven).
Confidence appears very high and it’s lubricating this relentless machine of winning. Let’s hope it continues to purr along smoothly without any misfires.
The Gunners once went over two decades without finishing lower than fifth in the Premier League, but they’re on course to do so again, and even below last year’s 8th place finish, which would mean that they’d miss out on European football of any kind for the first time in a generation. Mikel Arteta remains in charge, at least for now.
Fresh off last week’s elimination in the Europa League semifinals (against Villarreal, led by their former head coach, Unai Emery), Arsenal did beat West Brom over the weekend, with our old friend Willian scoring the last goal in the 3-1 win to finally open his Arsenal account. Our other old friend, David Luiz, is currently injured. Granit Xhaka, Pablo Mari, and Emile Smith Rowe are also out.