Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea could secure third place in the Premier League with a win over Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester on Thursday, who are themselves pushing for a place in the first half.
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Chelsea are finally back on track to win the Premier League with a 3-0 win over Leeds United last week and will be looking to make it to the semi-finals of Saturday’s FA Cup final with a win over Leicester City on Thursday night. Suffered.
The Foxes traveled to Stamford Bridge for their upcoming game in hopes of a rear-end win which saw them climb to ninth place and here another win could end in the top-half.
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When will Chelsea play Leicester?
Chelsea v Leicester will begin on Thursday 19 May at 8pm at Stamford Bridge.
The last time the two teams met was in the second leg of the league in November, as Chelsea recorded a comfortable 3-0 win at King Power Stadium.
Antonio Rudigar and N’Golo Kant’s first-half goals gave the Blues a commanding half-time lead before Christian Police won in the 71st minute to put their side at the top of the league.
Wembley were heartbroken for Chelsea as they lost to Liverpool on penalties in the FA Cup final on Saturday.
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After 120 minutes of football before Saturday’s defeat in a penalty shootout near Liverpool, Thomas Tuchel could seriously consider changing things for the Blues, even looking at a trip to Watford in just three days.
And the Chelsea boss could be without four of his players for the tournament, although he is hoping for a possible comeback from Kai Havertz (hamstring) and Timo Warner, who were knocked out of Saturday’s FA Cup final. Calum Hudson-Odoi (calf) and Ben Chillwell (knee) are next.
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For Brendon Rogers, he hopes to take advantage of Chelsea’s low morale and look to field his best here as the Foxes want to pull a push in the first half for themselves this season and secure a place in the first half for themselves.
However, he is expected to be without injured trio Ricardo Pereira (hamstring), Wilfred NDD (knee) and Ryan Bertrand (knee) although Nampalis Mendy (ill) and Hamza Chowdhury (bone) are currently looking to return.