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EPL: How Chelsea Could Lineup Against West Ham Without Kante, Alonso And Chalobah

The English Premier League returns this weekend after the majority of the major teams picked up victories during the midweek games. Chelsea, the current table leader, is one point ahead of Manchester City and two points ahead of third-placed Liverpool, indicating that the title chase is still alive.

This weekend's schedule presents a difficult test for the title contenders. Today's game will be played away from home by the top three clubs. Chelsea will go to West Ham United, who are their immediate neighbors in London. David Moyes' side are unquestionably one of the top teams in the Premier League this season, and they are simply too excellent when up against a strong opponent.

Despite winning 1-0 against Watford on Wednesday, Chelsea produced a dismal performance on the field. It was difficult for them to hold onto possession without Jorginho and N'Golo Kante, which caused them to lose control and struggle to create goal-scoring opportunities. The image is courtesy of Chelsea's Facebook page.

Thomas Tuchel took a chance on Loftus Cheek and Saul Niguez, which almost lost them the three points, but I was confident that there would be a better option available today. Chelsea should line up in this manner, in my opinion, if Alonso and Chalobah are not available (who was injured). Take a look at the lineup below.

Hudson Odoi, rather than Alonso, will perform better in the left wing back position, in my opinion. The presence of Christensen as a replacement for Chalobah will also enhance the confidence of Rudiger, who enjoys taking risks on the offensive side of the field.

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