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3-3-2-1 – Timo Werner and Giroud Start, Hudson-Odoi Benched – Predicted Chelsea Line-up to face Liverpool

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Timo Werner among starting XI while Hudson-Odoi benched. Timo Werner has scored five assists with five goals in the Premier league this season for Chelsea.

Chelsea haven’t won at Anfield since 2014 so Thomas Tuchel will be so desperate to avoid defeat to keep his unbeaten start as Chelsea head coach.

He has not been defeated in nine games since he took over from Frank Lampard but the Blues have dropped four points in their last two matches, having draws against Manchester united and Southampton.

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Don’t Miss This: 3-3-2-1 – Timo Werner and Giroud Start, Hudson-Odoi Benched – Predicted Chelsea Line-up to face Liverpool

Thomas tuchel won’t be able to reach Thiago Silva as he continues to struggle with thigh injury. He has been coming for training but hasn’t been participating fully well.

Tammy Abraham also won’t be able to feature in the game with an ankle injury, he was able to play against Newcastle united but has been fighting through since.

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We think Tuchel might make slight changes for the game at Anfield.

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The changes comes in defence with Marcos Alonso returning at left wing to replace Ben Chilwell.

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On the right hand side we’ve decided to bring Reece James back into the side ahead of Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Apart from that, our squad is unchanged meaning N’Golo Kante keeps his place in midfield ahead of Mateo Kovacic, Jorginho and Mason Mount.

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The normal back three remains with Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta and Andreas Christensen lining up in front of Edouard Mendy in goal.

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