Kavertz, Mount, & Werner in attack: Chelsea release strongest lineup against Real Madrid
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The UEFA Champions League is set to resume again and some teams in the competition are set to feature in the midweek games. The 2nd leg of the quarter-final games is set to kick off across various stadiums in Europe. The defending champions Chelsea would be hoping to get a massive away victory when they travel away to face Spanish giants Real Madrid at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel is expected to name a strong lineup for their crucial second-leg tie against Real Madrid.

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The German and Chelsea tactician Thomas Tuchel could line up his team by using two strong formations tomorrow evening.

Goalkeeper;

The Chelsea shot-stopper Edouard Mendy will be preferred as the first-choice goalkeeper for their crucial match against Real Madrid.

Center backs;

The Danish defender Andreas Christensen is expected to retain his place in the starting lineup and will be paired alongside Thiago Silva in the center-back position.

Full backs;

The Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta is expected to return back to the starting lineup while Malang Sarr will be preferred in the left-back position.

Midfielders;

The England midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek is expected to retain his place in the starting lineup and will be paired alongside Jorginho in the central midfield.

Wingers;

The Moroccan superstar Hakim Ziyech will operate on the right flank while Mason Mount will operate on the left flank.

Center Forward;

The German and Chelsea striker Timo Werner will be preferred upfront for their crucial second-leg tie against Real Madrid.

Let’s take a look at some possible lineups that could defeat Real Madrid this midweek;

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