Chelsea vs Leicester LIVE: free live broadcast, TV channels, kick-off times, team news
It was a glorious day at Wembley. After a long absence due to the coronavirus pandemic, a total of 21,000 supporters returned to the stands to engage in this major conflict between the blues and the fox.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel will have a chance to win his first silverware in West London after turning around at Stanford Bridge five months ago, when he succeeded Frank Lampard. (Frank Lampard).
But Tuchel is facing the prospect of missing midfielder N’Golo Kanter, who was in trouble due to Achilles’ suffering, which prevented him from being defeated by Arsenal on Wednesday.
Andreas Christensen is also questioning his tendon problems, as well after Mateo Kovacic recently suffered a hamstring injury.
On the other hand, Leicester’s agent Brendan Rodgers will not have long-term absence Harvey Barnes and James Justin, both of whom have suffered knee injuries. Out.
At the same time, Jonny Evans hopes to recover in time from the recent foot injury, and star midfielder James Maddison is expected to return to the starting lineup after overcoming hip problems.