It’s three from three and the Blues will be hoping for four from four after they face Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge this weekend.
After the exertions at St. James’ Park on Sunday, the Blues returned to training on Tuesday and followed up with a double session on Wednesday.
The Wednesday training featured all the first-team players under Maurizio Sarri with the exception of Cesc Fabregas.
The Spanish midfielder is in the process of recuperating from a mystery knee injury and is training on his own.
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What was supposed to be a minor ailment has now kept out the Spaniard from Sarri’s squad for almost a month.
The international break comes up after this weekend fixtures and will give the Spaniard the opportunity to recover fully
Although Sarri has successfully utilized his available squad in the first three games, the end of the international break will result in a good number of fixtures and will definitely call for rotation.
The likes of Ethan Ampadu and Hudson-Odoi returned to the first team after their exertions with the Development squad last week.
Chelsea welcome a stubborn Bournemouth to Stamford Bridge in a traditional Premier League 3 pm fixture on Saturday.
This should provide another good opportunity for the Blues to continue on their run, although Sarriball still remains a work in progress.