Before the Burnley match, Pochettino delivers some injury updates.
Prior to this weekend’s match against Burnley, Mauricio Pochettino provided some encouraging news on a few of Chelsea’s injured players.
After suffering injuries against Fulham, Mykhailo Mudryk and Moises Caicedo are expected to start the game, according to Pochettino.
“Yes. At the news conference on Friday, the coach stated that both Mudryk and Caicedo were on the team.
“After that, we decide if they will be ready to begin.”
Regarding Chukwuemeka, he remarked, “It was close last week.” “He trained well this week. I haven’t made a choice yet. I must consult the medical staff.
Reece James is back in training, according to the manager, and would have participated in the game if it weren’t for the one-game suspension he received from the FA earlier this week. The Chelsea captain had been sidelined for weeks, but has been working out well and is now ready to play.
He was exercising with the group, Poch continued. It’s unfortunate that he has a ban for tomorrow. We are quite pleased with how he is healing. He is doing fine. After the international break [after his ban], perhaps he’ll be available.
The Chelsea head coach stated of Ben Chilwell, who sustained yet another serious injury, “It’s to judge day by day. We are unable to predict how long he will be out.